How to Audit Warehouse Inventory

| June 28, 2018

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For busy warehouse managers, the prospect of performing an inventory audit may be a daunting task that might inspire them to cut corners. Though it’s only natural for workers in this important position to desire to place their focus solely on day-to-day operations, neglecting the hard data can lead to preventable mistakes that might jeopardize the growth or even survival of the business.

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