Understanding And Managing Inventory


This webinar will identify the best ways to speed up cycle counts, resolve inventory inaccuracies and how to predict future success in inventory management. It will show you the benefits of inventory accuracy and help you select the right policies, practices, and strategies for improving inventories.

Bad inventory decisions can not only drain profits, but also cause a loss of productivity, reduced customer satisfaction, quality issues, and even litigation.  This webinar will help you to assess and mitigate those risks along with outlining the necessity of planning for accurate inventories, the characteristics of successful inventory control record keeping systems, and how to design a simple and consistent locating system

Learning Objectives 

  • Learn how to identify the hidden cost of inventory
  • Identify the importance of managing, inventories as assets
  • Using inventory to compete in the market place
  • How to increase your competitive position using inventory
  • Importance of cycle counts and how to minimize inaccuracies
  • How to understand inventory turns

Who will Benefit from this Webinar

  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Team Leaders
  • Inventory Professional
  • Any one with responsibility for inventory or inventory management

Presenter – David Sanders

David Sanders has over 36 years in the accounting & finance field having served as an accountant, corporate controller, and CFO .  He has authored 4 books, 6 audio tapes, and has done countless seminars relating to business, accounting, finance, business operation and efficiencies. David is considered a world leading consultant on finance, business operations, turn-arounds, and government fund accounting having traveled the world serving companies large and small.  He also consults on contract fraud, internal controls, and accounting & finance for non-financial Managers.  David has degrees in finance, taxation, and accounting.

This 75-90 minute webinar will be available to view online for 30 days from the date of purchase.


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