• Master Data and Suppliers
  • Conditions articles and suppliers
  • Supplier orders
  • Goods receipt and invoices
  • Distribution
  • Warehouses
  • Stocks
  • eCommerce interface
  • Warehouse Management and Suppliers

    The Inventory Management application is a set of programs that cover the management functions of different types of warehouses, orders to suppliers, and distribution to users. It is able to easily manage thousands of orders per day for the most diverse types of items: from the store to pharmacies to food.

    A tailor-made system

    Unlike other applications on the market, XLNET3 is not a ready-to-use billing system but is "built" according to the needs of customers, which should not compromise the services and the image of the company. The framework architecture ensures full compatibility of new versions. The use of mobile devices and the Web is used when necessary and optimized for this purpose.

    Orders departments and customers

    In the jargon of the application the "orders" represent the demands of goods by departments or customers. Articles can be ordered individually, using precompiled lists or through a newsletter. In the first case, the order is immediately available at the warehouse, in the second case, it is the user who decides when to transmit it, for example by confirming an online shopping cart.

    Supplier orders

    Orders to suppliers are generated in different ways: manually or automatically calculated by the system according to different criteria and taking into account the conditions of the supplier.

    Goods receipt

    Goods receipt supports batch and deadline management as well as barcode label printing for later reading.
    The goods receipt feeds the stock and offers the distribution to the recipients on hold.


    The system supports an unlimited number of physical or logical warehouses. The items are centrally managed while each store can have its own catalog, for example by type of merchandise.

    Invoice entry

    Vendor invoices are compared to receipts, validated and stored directly in XLNET3 accounting or in the interface with other applications.


    The inventory can be done at any time and does not require the stop of the production. Differences can be recorded directly in the accounts.

    Costs and conditions

    Each item may have several suppliers, and for each supplier its own prices and conditions as well as several prices and conditions of sale.