HandiFox product overview
HandiFox Desktop is a QuickBooks-integrated mobile inventory tracking and sales management solution. The software offers the power of a desktop in the office and the flexibility of using mobile devices in the field, keeping all parts of the business in sync. It automates routine inventory procedures and physical sales for speed and accuracy.
HandiFox extends inventory control and sales beyond the office and delivers related labor and operational cost reductions. It empowers small to mid-size inventory-centric businesses in retail, wholesale distribution, and manufacturing to manage the supply chain pipeline and do sales in the field on mobile devices.
Pros of HandiFox
- Its barcode scanning capabilities speed up routine inventory operations.
- It prevents product loss, catches delivery errors, and determines how to reallocate items across warehouses and shipments to meet the demand.
Cons of HandiFox
- The software doesn’t support Linux integrations.
Breakdown of core features
HandiFox provides granular tracking and facilitates mobile barcode-enabled operations. It monitors serials and lots from the moment an item enters the warehouse through its shipment to the customer.
With this solution, manufacturers can track and manage inventory spread across multiple geographically-distributed locations. The system gives a full report of quantity on hand, available quantity, and quantities on PO and SO of the inventory sites at any moment. This feature also allows manufacturers to integrate sites with locations in QuickBooks.
HandiFox lets users generate purchase orders and receive inventory against POs from a mobile device. It enables manufacturing teams to replenish inventory based on sales rates for a select time period.
The software allows businesses to set up custom price rules and sell in the field. Users can take and process orders, generate invoices, credit memos, and document payments with sales receipts.
(Last updated on 06/16/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)