While most inventory management solutions have the same basic features, Rapid Inventory offers you several key benefits that maximize your investment.

Check out this inventory management software comparison chart to see how we compare.

Offering Rapid Inventory Competition
100% integrated with QuickBooks with no need for you to leave QuickBooks yes no
Syncs data continually and bi-directionally between QuickBooks and the inventory management system yes no
Cloud-based, so you can access your entire inventory system from anywhere you have an Internet browser. yes no
Multi Location yes yes
Multi Warehouse with no charge for additional warehouses yes Some
Lot Number tracking yes yes
Expiration Date tracking yes yes
Barcode functionality included at no charge yes no
Item level Stock Rotation using First In, First Out (FIFO) and First Expired, First Out (FEFO) yes yes
Receive against a Purchase Order yes yes
Pick against a Sales Order yes yes
Supports Build Assemblies yes yes
Create Sales Orders in QuickBooks yes no
Create Purchase Orders in QuickBooks yes no
Maintain Item List in QuickBooks yes no
All Costing is managed in QuickBooks yes no
All QuickBooks reports are available and accurate yes no
All QuickBooks users continue to use QuickBooks yes no
QuickBooks is only used for Accounts Receivable (AR), Accounts Payable (AP) and General Ledger (GL) transactions no yes
All transactions are placed in QuickBooks as if they were done in QuickBooks and they look normal yes no
Accountant or Bookkeeper only needs to know QuickBooks yes no
Requires Terminal Services or Remote Desktop tools to access your “hosted” inventory system no yes

It’s easy to see why Rapid Inventory is the best inventory software.