Inventory Control

With the sophisticated inventory tracking system embedded into the USC Inventory Control Module, you can take back complete control of your inventory items ensuring customer satisfaction. In order to be successful, you have to be well-organized, and with the reporting capabilities of our Inventory Control Module you will have the tools necessary for an in-depth inventory system that can grow with your business.

The Inventory Control Module is designed to assist with maintaining records of inventory items, tracking their movement, and calculating costs as well as wholesale and retail prices. This Module is designed to keep track of items by vendor and allows for the setting up of Minimum Order Levels as well as generate Re-Order Lists by vendor based on Quantity-on-Hand.

Transactional Details

Retain transaction details for an entire fiscal year or for only the current period. Regardless of the option selected, account balances are maintained for the current and previous fiscal year.

Prior Period Adjustments

Access prior periods and make adjustments or even add new entries.

Unlimited Companies

Maintain separate accounting systems for an unlimited number of companies, each with their own independent chart of accounts, fiscal year ending date, etc.

Budget vs. Actual

Maintain a budget and produce Budget vs. Actual comparisons.


Departmentalize the income statement including automatic postings to a consolidated company total department, while still being able to produce separated income statements.

Period Flexibility

Enter and retain transactions for new periods before closing out the current period.


  • When used in conjunction with the Order Entry system or Job Cost system, the Inventory Control Module can automatically calculate selling prices, purchasing costs, and availability.

  • Automatically post entries to the General Ledger system when purchases are received.

  • Maintain a detailed history of inventory movement for auditing purposes.

  • Automatically update the Inventory Control system Quantity-on-Hand, Quantity-on-Order, Replacement and Average Costs through the use of the Accounts Payable and Purchase Order systems.

  • Calculate the selling price of inventory items through multiple methods, such as standards, averages, or replacement costs. In addition, pricing can be discounted by customer, item and/or item class.

  • Review all inventoried transactions through Inventory Movement and Inventory History reports. Ensure accuracy and completeness through the Inventory Balance report.

  • Automatically change purchase costs and/or selling prices on a range of invetory items or classes through the integrated Inventory Cost / Price Change application.