Almyta Control System (ACS) Registration Page

Each Almyta Control System (ACS) license is sold for a single physical location. This is one-time fee, not a subscription. For multiple sites, purchase each license separately or contact us for an invoice.

Each license includes one year of unlimited email, telephone and online support plus lifetime software updates. The licenses differ only by a connection type to the data source. A more expensive license includes all less expensive ones.

To proceed with the registration, choose the License Type link below. We will email you the activation keys after processing your payment.

Stand Alone - single user (no network usage, local drive) $435.00 (USD)
Networked - unlimited concurrent users (Local Area Network LAN) $935.00 (USD)
Networked Microsoft SQL Server - unlimited concurrent users $1835.00 (USD)
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If you do not have MS SQL Server, you can download MS SQL Express from Microsoft. It is a free version of their great server!

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Inventory control is the process of managing a company's inventory levels. This includes tracking the quantity of each item in stock, forecasting demand, and ordering new inventory when necessary. The goal of inventory control is to ensure that the company has the right amount of inventory on hand to meet customer demand without overstocking or understocking.

There are a number of different inventory control methods that can be used, depending on the specific needs of the company. Some common methods include:

Just-in-time (JIT) inventory control: This method involves ordering new inventory only when it is needed. This can help to reduce inventory costs, but it can also lead to stockouts if demand is not accurately forecast.

Economic order quantity (EOQ) inventory control: This method involves calculating the optimal order quantity for each item in inventory. This can help to balance the costs of ordering and carrying inventory.

Re-order point inventory control: This method involves setting a re-order point for each item in inventory. When the quantity of an item reaches the re-order point, a new order is placed.

Inventory control is an important part of supply chain management. By effectively managing inventory, companies can improve their customer service, reduce costs, and increase profits.