Stock Control for Small Stores

This article is about Stock control which is necessary if the small retailer is to offer customers a balanced assortment. The kind and amount of attention necessary for effective stock control depends largely on the type of merchandise. This document emphasizes unit control. Unit control provides information about: breadth of assortment, depth of assortment, number of brands stocked, and quality of line stocked. The type of merchandise you handle will largely determine the kind and amount of work needed for effective stock control. A side benefit from stock control records is that they are helpful in delegating work. For more details about Stock Control refer the article.

Provided by: University of Wyoming Topic: Software Date Added: Apr 2002 Format: PDF

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