Systems like these are typically provided to companies and institutions for tracking and managing inventories of items such as parts, supplies, stationery, fasteners, cleaning supplies and materials, and other consumables - items that "flow through" inventory. The things that are being tracked in these systems are typically not what the company is buying and selling as a business (i.e. the "currency" of the enterprise); they're comprised of the things that would normally be found in the "expenses" area of the company’s profit and loss statement.
When dispensing stock, it can be issued and tracked to literally any entity: a person, department, account code, or maintenance of an asset. Min/max stock levels are invariably a part of all of our stockroom inventory systems, indicating items that need to be immediately reordered to replenish the shelf.
Most stockroom inventory systems function on a stand-alone basis — so they're not connected to another software program, like accounting or ERP.
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