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IMO's simple and easy-to-use interface takes the guess work out of inventory management. Combined with the included Unitech data collector and optional Voyager barcode scanner, your business no longer needs to be impeded by lengthy inventory sessions.

Sample login screen

When you sign up for an IMO account, you will be given a unique, private label internet address that reflects your business name (e.g. Your private label login will display your business name and enable you provide unique logins for each of your employees.

After logging in, you can begin populating your inventory manually or by uploading a data file created by your data collector or barcode scanner.

Getting Started

You have several options to get you going the first time you use IMO. You can manually add products from the main inventory screen, start collecting barcodes from your data collector or optional barcode scanner, or import products directly from an Excell spreadsheet.

Manually Add Products

You can begin entering products into your inventory immediately from the main inventory screen by entering a product code (UPC), a description, quantities, cost, and selling price. That's all there is to it! Simply and easily add products when it's convenient for you.

Manually add items to your inventory.

Data Collection/Barcode Scanner

The data collector allows you to take inventory counts in your warehouse or store quickly and easily. The data collector was specifically chosen for easy use and adaptability. The data collector just as the name implies allows barcodes to be scanned and uploaded into IMO quickly. IMO will find any like UPC’s and calculate the number of like UPC’s so you no longer have to make manual counts. IMO’s accuracy and reliability make inventory counts easier than ever before.

Unitech Data Collector Voyager Barcode Scanner

IMO allows you to use the barcode scanner to keep track of sales each and every day. For those merchants that don’t have a costly inventory Point-Of-Sale system, IMO can provide inventory tracking along with sales data that can keep an up to date inventory count. With only a few steps each day you can know what is left in stock and what needs to be reordered. This feature is also great for merchants that attend trade shows or travel to meet clients and fill orders. From any web browser you can access your inventory, check or adjust inventory counts and upload sales from any trade show anywhere. The barcode scanner makes IMO more versatile and an added feature that any merchant can use.

Import a Spreadsheet

If you already use spreadsheets to keep track of your inventory, you can make some simple adjustments using our Excell templates to upload your information all at once.

Track Sales

Main Inventory Screen

IMO is designed to help you maintain your inventory throughout the year. You can keep track of your sales against your year-to-date inventory counts easily using the same methods you used to populate your inventory data. The optional barcode scanner can be used to reconcile your inventory on a daily basis so you can be armed with the information you need when it's time to replenish your stock.

Using the main inventory screen you can quickly adjust the cost, sale price, quantities, and much more using your administrative level login. You can easily delegate tasks to your staff that will allow them to enter in sales without being able to inadvertently alter your critical data or view private financial information.

Evaluate Financial Feedback

With IMO's unique design, you can quickly view fast financial statistics at the top of your main inventory screen. Valuable information inluding your total extended costs, gross sales potential, profit margins, and year-to-date revenue will help you make important decisions for your business in real-time.

Real-time Financial Feedback

Print Reports

Use IMO to print regular reports you can share with your accountant or investors. Reports offer an easy way to take a snapshot of your current inventory standings.

Printable Reports

Product Terms and Definitions

Bar Code:

The printed code used for recognition by a bar code scanner (reader).

Sample barcode
One-Dimensional Barcode: This 1-D bar code is widely used as the Universal Product Code (UPC) on millions of consumer items.


Universal Product Code, is another description for a bar code; however, a UPC is a registered barcode and guaranteed to be unique.

Bar Code Scanner:

A device specialized for reading bar codes and converting them into either the ASCII or EBCDIC digital character code. The most common of that type today is the visible laser diode (VLD) scanner, which emits as many as 50 laser beams simultaneously to capture the image at any angle.

Data Collector:

A hand held programmable computer device that reads bar codes. This device is usually used during inventory counts.