Manage inventory costs by improving buying efficiencies.

Often, when we think about the costs of a veterinary practice or animal health facility, we think about the direct costs. The cost of a medication, a piece of equipment, the shipping costs, etc. We don’t necessarily think about the other costs associated with ordering, dispensing, and inventory management in general and the associated labor costs. These costs if left unchecked, can eat away at the profit margin very quickly.

In order to better understand your indirect costs (labor), we’ve developed a calculator that asks 6 simple questions and then provides you with your cost per order, your order costs per week and per year.  We also are able to calculate annual savings when weekly orders are reduced to one order per week.

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Calculate your own indirect inventory management costs.

Answer the six questions below to learn more about your indirect inventory costs.

Inventory Management Solutions

Take control of your product inventory.

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