Tigerpaw Inventory Management is a Web-based inventory management solution suitable for small and midsized companies. It features automatic inventory processes, which eliminate manual overheads. The software automatically sends alerts to re-order products once the minimum inventory threshold is reached.
Tigerpaw Inventory Management provides real-time status of inventory across multiple locations. The software’s “Smart Order” feature enables the fulfilment of orders by keeping track of available inventory.
This solution also allows organizations to monitor return material authorizations (RMAs), which ensures timely delivery of returned inventory from respective vendors. Its “serialized parts-monitoring system” also provides users with the ability to manage supply chain assemblies and manufactured goods. Moreover, it also helps users track the complete history of a serialized item.
Tony from BNB Technology
Specialty: IT Services
Employees number: 11-50 employees
We transitioned to Tigerpaw from ServiceCEO in 2011 - While we do not have daily events as some others had described, I do find that Tigerpaw makes you make a ton of repetitive moves to do any task. We have not actually been able to embrace the newly skinned MATRIX (actually have no idea what the heck the big deal was), and honestly really peeved the way that they have done us lately. We have paid support monthly for years and even with new staff calling for incident calls for access to training or support, we accumulated 19) calls last year. We called support to remove a incorrectly posted payment and was told that this "time", that this was a "chargeable" event at which rate now bills at $ with a 2) hour minimum. I have since decided after review of my initial 2011 agreement (which clearly makes no mention of chargeable items), that I will take my business elsewhere ----- BUYER BEWARE
Lots of promising of a solution that takes care of everything - It was a decent program at one time...
1) Support - Support for this product is really poor. The few times that we've called (only because we absolutely had to) resulted in wasted time
2) Monthly Support - We paid for support (that we rarely used) and when we actually tried to use it, was told that the items that we needed help with was "chargeable", $ to back out a payment that was incorrectly posted.
3) Performance - We paid for integration and after 6) years now, we are still dealing with issues that did NOT get correctly defined in the setup. the problem was that they seemed to fumble around and really did not have consistent answers for the questions that we had during the migration phase.
4) Mobile Product - Unless something changed in v.16, My experience was that the MOBILE product was total junk
5) Tigerpaw University - again, unless recently updated, was populated with old videos that barely were relevant