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Inventory Archiving Tools, For a record store
Dauntless
post Sep 9 2010, 13:49
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Hi!

First of, I'm sorry if this is in the wrong forum. If that's the case, I ask the moderator if he could kindly move it to the correct one. =)


So here's the deal. I work at a pretty old fashioned record store. The only sales related hardware we have are pretty much only a laptop, a cash register and a credit card terminal.

I'd like to improve our workflow by creating a digital archive, where we can archive (preferably just through scanning) our inventory. We have mostly CDs, some music DVDs and movie DVDs, and a few games. I'd like to be able to enter number of copies and the price of each title.

What is the best solution for this? Just a simple software on a laptop would suffice, but I'd also like to know more about alternatives that are hooked up the the register and/or terminal.

I've been googling around with no luck, so if somebody could point me in the right direction, that would be great=)
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Bullit
post Nov 2 2010, 01:51
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Have you tried just a simple excel spreadsheet?
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