TrackStock Manage

TrackStock Manage contains all the features of TrackStock Manage Lite, plus the ability to do more advanced actions with the usage data. Track project spend, customize reports, create work orders, track return orders, create user-defined fields and more.

TrackStock Manage
TrackStock Manage
TrackStock Manage
Vital data at your fingertips

Vital data at your fingertips

No matter what business you're in, TrackStock is completely versatile and can manage parts from any supplier. Contractors can track project spend and service truck inventory with work orders. EMS companies can track expirations dates. Everyone gets more advanced reporting.

Set min/max levels with insights from usage reports

Create work orders, snap before/after work photos, and get a signature, all on the go

Learn about optimal order quantities based on usage, item putbacks, and orders

Track lot numbers, serial numbers, and expiration dates. Receive notifications before items expire

Manage consigned inventory with accuracy and ease

Manage consigned inventory with accuracy and ease

Ask your distributors to provide you with a consigned inventory program so you can save capital and be assured you have the items you need on-site.

Capture usage transactions and returns

Enable distributors to invoice you on replenishment or consumption

Access one set of books for reconciliation between the end-user and distributor


Running reports to track which items are used the most often is the most helpful tool in eTurns. It has helped the department cut expenses by showing that items were still being ordered that are no longer used.

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TrackStock Manage is perfect for those who need:

The TrackStock Manage Plan is perfect for companies who want to use user-defined fields to customize every transaction such as the phase of a project, the unique description of an item, the user who did a transaction, and the detailed location of a product. User-defined fields can be free-form entry, a drop-down list, or a drop-down editable list. User-defined fields can be used to track project costs or group consumption transactions for convenient invoicing.  Contractors use UDFs in inventory management for describing phase codes or floors of a building. Service truck technicians use UDFs to describe the job type. Our managed lab service customers use UDFs to describe locations of replenishment and service in scientific labs.