Open Source Inventory Management
How often have you ordered parts you already had in stock, but couldn't find them? How often did you forget to re-order parts because your stock went low and you didn't notice? How often have you thought: „I just ordered at my distributor, but forgot an important part?“
Blazing Fast Part Search
The search functionality of PartKeepr allows you to search for many fields in seconds - no matter how many parts you've got.1 You can also search for stock levels, order numbers, manufacturers, distributors and more.
Looking for similar parts you might have in stock? The upcoming parametric search2 of PartKeepr lets you find parts as you are used to from your favourite distributors.
Your Part Data - Edit Everything
You can enter all relevant data of your part - including as many distributors, manufacturers and attachments as you require.
It is also possible to enter any part parameters you require. You can define any unit you like, may it Ohms, Lux, Newton or Becquerel. That data can be used in the upcoming parametric search to find similar parts.
Keep Track of your Stock
Any additions or removals from the stock are tracked with the amount of parts added/removed, the user, their price and optional comments. The global stock history view allows you to review any additions or removals from the whole inventory.
Filtering by any parts which undercut the configured minimum stock level allows you to find any parts which need reordering.
Usability is key
PartKeepr was developed with usability as its first priority. You can sort and filter by virtually any field, drag and drop parts into any category, hide and show additional fields as required and customize the layout of PartKeepr as you require.
CSV and Excel export of any grid within PartKeepr can be done by right-clicking on any grid, then selecing "Export".
2. The parametric search is currently under development and will be featured in one of the next releases of PartKeepr.↩
3. The octopart integration is currently under development and will be featured in one of the next releases of PartKeepr.↩