Electronic Products & Technology

Mouser launches free inventory management app

EP&T Magazine   

Electronics Production / Materials Regulations & Standards Engineering Supply Chain inventory management

Global distributor Mouser Electronics Inc. has released an innovative inventory management tool and new companion mobile app for iOS and Android devices. 

The new easy-to-use, web-based inventory system helps organizations and individuals around the world to effortlessly manage and track their stock of electronic components and related supplies. The integrated iOS and Android apps enable users to scan barcodes, as well as print bin labels directly from the application. Customers can take advantage of this new free tool by logging into their My Mouser accounts.

“To support our business, Mouser has developed broad expertise in warehousing and component inventory management,” says Hayne Shumate, Mouser’s senior vice president of Internet business. “Our university-based customers requested a tool to help them manage their in-house inventories. This tool was created with them in mind but can be used by any organization or company that needs to manage small to medium size inventories. The new mobile app allows customers to manage bins of parts without being tethered to the desktop.”

Users can easily manage part numbers and inventory levels

With the tool, users can easily manage part numbers and inventory levels, generate inventory reports, and import current product inventory data from spreadsheets. The tool also provides check-in/check-out functionality, which helps organizations track shared tools such as scopes or soldering equipment. To help ease of use, the tool comes with a simple online dashboard and a quick, step-by-step setup wizard.


Customers using the tool on a web browser can take advantage of the advanced Mouser Match feature, which links products in their inventories to Mouser part numbers. To learn more about the Inventory Management tool’s many features, visit www.mouser.com/Inventory-Management.



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