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What's a good web-based inventory management system for stock tracking? It should be able to do inventory level tracking as well.

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I have been looking for one for a couple years and I have not found anything decent. I have given up searching and started to write my own. I have started to build it but I still have a long way to go. I hope to have a version 1.0 around this time next year. – Josh Curren Jul 8 '10 at 2:51
this is more a comment than an answer. If you are going to release your own version (either open source or commercial) perhaps you could add a link?? – Christian Payne Jul 8 '10 at 21:56
-1 Seconding @christian's thoughts. Anecdotal commentary as an answer is typically frowned upon unless there is some significant insight the asker might gather from it to find a solution. – Michael Jul 9 '10 at 17:55

I've been searching for years and finally came across a new web-based inventory management system that recently launched, called SalesBinder. It's fairly limited but I really like it for my purposes.

I'd recommend having a look at that if you haven't settled yet. It's also free if you don't need a lot of space.

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Depending on what you need you might find D4H suitable. It it used by rescue teams for many things including managing their equipment stash and the equipment module is being actively worked on to improve the management.

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Not sure what technology your looking at wanting to use or if this would even fit the bill but you could check out the iTracker - .Net Inventory Tracker Starter Kit. It's open source, and usable.

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If you aren't looking for one that is free, check out http://www.visualonline.net/Default.htm.

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We're using a generic database interface called WebDB (that I wrote) to track assets and stock. Doesn't do anything particularly inventory-specific, but if you're comfortable with MySQL, and relying on SQL views (etc.) for reporting functionality, then it works fine.

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Ordoro may be a good fit for your needs. It tracks inventory across multiple locations and is a 100% web-based system.

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Although it's been a while since this question, I thought I'd let you know about the PHP Inventory System. An online demo as well as fully functional 30 days trial is available at www.the-business-manager.com

Hope this helps someone.

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Take a look at this. They have a web based inventory management system that can utilise mobile computers for barcode scanning. It can integrate with accounting systems, ERP's and website back-ends.

The software is integration-ready for Magento, OSCommerce and Sage. It has open API's, which make integration into most up to date software relatively easy.

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