Inventory management system Veeqo unveils app

Swansea-based tech start-up Veeqo, an inventory management system for retailers, has unveiled its own app.

The app, which is available to download for free on iOS, gives sellers the ability to track their inventory and change their stock levels while on the move.

To find information about a specific item, all a seller has to do is use the built-in barcode scanner – which makes use of the iPhone’s camera.

Once they’ve scanned an item, they’re able to check information such as stock levels and which stores it’s selling on. If stock is low, the seller can order new inventory in.

Veeqo was founded in 2013 and has raised over £1 million in seed funding to date. It expanded to the US in the summer.

Matt Warren, founder and CEO of Veeqo, said: “Our official iPhone app solves a number of issues retailers face, including the need to change stock from a warehouse but having to return to their desktop to do so. 

“Stock takes can be time consuming and painful to complete, and changing stock levels on multiple products at once can be slow, so this new app will make retailers lives much easier.

“It’s going to be a game-changer in the world of ecommerce software – particularly inventory management – as no other company offers an app of this kind. We’re very excited.”