Office and Business Development

Stocktaking.ie recruit a new Office and Business Development Administrator

October 2013

Alan joins the Stocktaking.ie office team and brings with him a wealth of knowledge in office administration and management.

Over the past 10 years, Alan has held managerial and team leading positions in the food & beverage and Insurance Industries.

He comes to Stocktaking.ie having spent the past two years managing an Insurance Brokerage in Galway city.

Alan is responsible for scheduling and all areas of office administration.

With his keen interest in business and management, he is also currently pursuing a part-time B.Comm from NUI Galway.

Stocktaking.ie recruit two full-time stocktaking supervisors. December 2013

Stocktaking.ie have recruited two additional full time supervisors, Benny Morris, who is based in Tuam and Colm Kelly who is based in Kildare. Both have been working with Stocktaking over the past number of years and we are delighted to welcome them to our full time team of staff.

This now takes the total full time staff to 8 which are supported by 80 part time staff.

Pictured are from left to right, Alex O Brien, Operations Manager, Benny Morris – Supervisor, Colm Kelly – Supervisor, Patrick McDermott – Managing Director

October 2013

Stocktaking.ie has hired a new IT Technician – Artur Leonowicz.

Since his early years, Artur has been passionate about computers. He has broadened his knowledge with programming skills starting with HTML and C++ creating simple programs before progressing onto more advanced algorithms and development solutions.

His study of Computer and Electronic Engineering at GMIT Galway has increased his programming knowledge and has gained valuable qualifications in the process.

He has great understanding of many operating system including all Windows releases, Linux OS, as well as Android and iOS.

Artur brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Stocktaking.ie where he will be working on further developing and enhancing the Stocktake Management System currently in place while adding additional functionality to our growing suite of stocktaking software solutions.

We are delighted to have Artur working with us and he is a welcome member to our expanding team of fantastic staff.

Top 10 Reasons to have your stock LIVE on your EPOS

1. You know your margin at the click of a button

Knowledge is power and by you knowing your margin regularly allows you to make informed decisions about the progress of your business

2. Your stock levels are at an optimum level

Because you know what you are selling you do not order in stock which is not selling and reduce slow moving lines from stock

3. Your cash flow improves

By having your stock levels reduced it ensures that you have better turnover of stock and improved cash flow as a result

4. Your EPOS is up to date

No products are received into stock unless they are ordered through the system which states the prices of the stock items. If on arrival the price or barcode has changed, it can be immediately updated

5. No non-scanning items at the till

By scanning deliveries you are updating all new barcodes onto the system. This eliminates stock discrepancies and inaccurate prices being charged at the till

6. No office administration manually entering dockets

Depending on your EPOS, in most cases, by having a scanner at the back door you are immediately updating the delivery into the EPOS and this in-turn reduces your costs

7. Your staff will become more efficient

Staff becomes more interested in their role as they are responsible for ensuring that deliveries are immediately before placing onto the shop floor

8. Staff retention improves

Recent studies have revealed that job satisfaction (and not the rate of pay) is the No. 1 reason for staff satisfaction within their role. This results in improved staff morale and staff retention

9. Reduces costs of services such as accountancy fees

By highlighting pricing discrepancies immediately on arrival, you are eliminating the need for your accountant to forensically review invoices and statements several months down the line in order to rectify discrepancies

10. You, as the business owner, has FULL CONTROL over your business