Auto-remove what, exactly?

Auto-remove what, exactly?

The auto-remove feature is named appropriately. When this setting is enabled, quantity is removed from inventory automatically for completed sales. When an order’s status changes to complete, or when an order has a completed status upon its initial arrival into SkuVault, quantity deduction will automatically occur.

How SkuVault uses auto-remove

How SkuVault uses auto-remove

Real-time quantity updates and consistently accurate inventory levels are all available through the auto-remove feature in SkuVault. To do this, SkuVault utilizes the specific SKU’s that you assign your products. SkuVault recognizes the product by its designated SKU rather than its barcode. This allows for complete automation of inventory levels. For example, you have 100 water bottles available to sell. You complete an order for 25 water bottles that you sold on eBay. SkuVault recognizes that you now have 25 less water bottles because of your sale, and will update your current quantity to 75. Complete inventory automation.

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Benefits of using auto-remove

Have you ever tried to keep track of your inventory using spreadsheets? If so, you’re probably used to constantly updating quantities when products are sold, and meticulously checking, counting, and rechecking inventory to make sure you have accurate quantities. And what if items are returned? That amounts to more checking, counting, and rechecking of your detailed spreadsheets. Well, when you invest in SkuVault inventory management software, you can go ahead and invest in a shredder to put all of those old spreadsheets through as well.

SkuVault updates roughly every 5 minutes to keep your quantities updated, accurate, and in sync with your online web store(s) and marketplace(s). You can check these updates from your mobile device, and because SkuVault is cloud-based software, you’ll have real-time, accurate quantity updates anywhere that you have an Internet connection. SkuVault does the dirty work of keeping track of your inventory so you don’t have to.