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Inventory app for online sellers aims to revolutionise stock management

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Welsh tech startup Veeqo has launched what it believes is the first inventory iPhone app for retailers.

Sellers can now easily track their inventory from anywhere by using their phone and change their stock levels on the move. Retailers can quickly find products using the iPhone camera as a barcode scanner, change stock levels across stores while on the go, and view products, their quantities and which stores they are selling on.

This solves a number of issues retailers face, including the need to change stock from a warehouse but having to return to their desktop to so, and being unable to change stock from another location such as an event or trade show. Stock takes can be time consuming and painful to complete, and changing stock levels on multiple products at once can be slow, so this new app will make retailers lives much easier.

This new feature is set to be a game-changer in the world of ecommerce software – particularly inventory management – as no other company offers an app of this kind, making Veeqo the first to create an iPhone app for inventory management which is connected to their website and marketplaces.

Veeqo is a multi-channel order and inventory management system, designed for online retailers so they can sync stock between their retail store, website, eBay Shop and Amazon Marketplace in real time, and also let them print shipping labels automatically. The company is based in New York and Swansea, and is part of a growing tech scene in Wales.

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