Intuitive Warehouse Management

LoMag is a warehouse management program that has been developed to assist the small and medium sized companies to efficiently manage their warehouses. The program features with the basic functionalities that are necessary for the management of the warehouses. It is simple and easy to use program that can be used either on a single computer or in a network. The program helps to develop intuitive warehouse documents such as:

  • Correction
  • Discount
  • Goods Received Note (GRN)
  • Goods Issued Note (GIN)
  • Inventory sheet
  • Inter-branch Transfer
  • Internal Goods Received Note (Internal GRN)
  • Internal Goods Issued Note (Internal GIN)

The program is based on the Microsoft’s .NET technology, offering storage and management of thousands of important documents related to inventory. No matter what number, all the documents are stored, sorted and grouped in a very convenient manner, offering hassle free management. One of the major factors that make LoMag extraordinary is that it supports management of unlimited number of warehouses.

Intuitive Warehouse Management

Stores a Huge Amount of Data

The program employs the latest database technology i.e. Microsoft SQL server, which offers you a fast and reliable access to your data. When your company starts growing, the warehouse starts growing too, then you may have a number of computers to manage your warehouse effectively. Thus, in order to maintain the data properly, the computers installed with the application must communicate with each other and it has been made extremely easy by the use of the Microsoft SQL Technology.

Allows Easy Management of the Inventory Sheets

The basic responsibility of the intuitive warehouse management program is to keep a track of the warehouse transfers. It also allows to the maintain inventory sheets. The sheets are prepared on the basis of the actual stock levels in the inventory, which can be different what the receipt and other documents show. The program will also inform you about the differences between the actual stock levels in the warehouse and the stock levels in the program.