Inventory Control


HiperWeb's materials management & inventory control system is designed to automate warehouse activities. Track bin locations, keep part quantities accurate, track material transfers in warehouses, & analyze cost distribution reports. Optimize warehouse performance and increase efficiency with material barcodes. With 20 years of experience, let HiperWeb be your solution to lower inventory cost and communicate more effectively to your vendors.

Materials Management & Enterprise Resource Management (ERM):
The Materials Management application includes the following features: catalog management, serialized inventory, request for quotation, issue requisitions and purchase orders with multiple levels of approval, material receiving, return to vendors, restock, multiple levels of item costing, location tracking, subassemblies and physical counts.

Asset Tracking:
In real-time, determine the location of tagged objects anywhere within your defined space. Monitor location, status and quantity from any location within your operations. Automatically create preventive maintenance work orders to keep your assets running at their maximum capacity. As soon as quantity dips below your reorder point automatically search for vendors and create Purchase orders in HiperWeb's Vendor Management and Procurement Module.

Enterprise Asset Management (EAM):
Recording data about equipment and property including specifications, warranty information, service contracts, spare parts, purchase date, expected lifetime, and anything else that might be of help to management or maintenance workers. The CMMS may also generate Asset Management metrics such as the Facility Condition Index, or FCI.

Inventory control:
Management of spare parts, tools, and other materials including the reservation of materials for particular jobs, recording where materials are stored, determining when more materials should be purchased, tracking shipment receipts, and taking inventory.

Management of permits and other documentation required for the processing of safety requirements. These safety requirements can include lockout-tagout, confined space, foreign material exclusion (FME), electrical safety, and others.