Inventory quantities are a lot like basic FIFO accounting. However, when you step into rentals, you’ve got another thing coming. The rental business depends upon accurate availability calculations. Unlike basic stock, where you can keep a tally of what’s in stock, you have to be able to predict the what’s going to be available, for a set amount of time, between two points of time in the future. Worse yet, rental companies tend to be very dependant on custom business processes, so you can’t just keep a simple shipment registry. So, how do you calculate these numbers on the fly? Well, here’s how we do it.
Security Needs Security has always been quite controversial, but it’s mainly due to the fact that the needs vary greatly depending on your needs. In our business, we specialize in internal systems that are 100% dependent on remote web services. We focus 99% on ensuring the data itself is locked down. Dynamic Roles and Levels […]
First of all, WHY? Any angular developer would tell me I was crazy, and why not just do the entire thing in Angular. The answer is: Because it is already in wordpress and the client has been asking for a lot of shortcode tools for custom forms and other features that require some more complex […]