Creating a Stamp Inventory Spreadsheet allows you to keep track of your in stock stamps, your want list and even to plan out your outgoing marketing and advertising campaigns. With this form of charting, you will be able to determine the best pricing and purchase habits for your supplies.
The first sheet that will help you in your paper work is the actual in stock sheets that are presented on the front of your catalogs. This will also be where you record when each item arrived, how many were ordered, and what the reason was for that purchase.
You will also have a want list that you can use to make sure that you do not get stuck with excess supplies. This will include items that you don’t need or don’t use as often.
It is also a good idea to place a tab on each sheet for your outgoing marketing programs such as online catalogs, email lists, and paper marketing sheets. You can check off which clients and which events you need to send out your promotional items for.
To make it easier to keep track of your order status, make sure that the track your orders status on your spreadsheet is an invoice. With a spreadsheet, you will know how many of each item you have left, how much you are paying for them, and how long it will take for you to get them.
A spreadsheet is an excellent way to track the time spent with the products that you use the most. Since this is something that you will be using constantly, it will be very easy to make sure that you are taking the proper care for your supplies and that they will last you longer than they otherwise would.
If you do decide to print the invoice on high quality paper, make sure that it is acid free. You should also put a self-adhesive return label on the invoice so that you will be able to keep track of them when you need to.
Stamping on the inside of the sheet is the best way to visually see what’s available stock for each client. This is especially useful if you are printing out the labels for your brochures and flyer ads.