If you are a new business, chances are that you need to track inventory, and the following inventory templates can help you get started. In some cases, it may be just a matter of keeping a record of information about software and hardware that you purchase. If you use tools, machinery, and routinely purchase materials, you're going to need some way to keep track of what you have and what you need to purchase and when you need to purchase it. For insurance purposes, it's also wise to create a home inventory in case of natural disasters or even robbery.

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Inventory Templates

The thumbnail images may look the same for all of these templates, but after trying them, you'll see that each template was designed for a specific purpose.

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Home Inventory SpreadsheetHome Inventory Spreadsheet ▶

Besides providing a place for you to record important information about the assets in your home, this template includes a sample outline of items in a typical home, to help you see what you might want to include.

2

Asset Tracking TemplateAsset Tracking Template ▶

Almost all businesses acquire physical assets of some kind or another. This spreadsheet was created for businesses that need to keep track of what they have purchased, the value of the items, and where they are located.

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Equipment Calibration LogEquipment Calibration Log ▶

This is a simple worksheet for keeping track of when your tools and other equipment need to be calibrated. The asset tracking template above is more about tracking prices, while this template is about maintenance.


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Software Inventory Tracking TemplateSoftware Inventory Tracking ▶

IT professionals purchase, install, and upgrade a lot of software. Keeping track of who has what can be a daunting task. That is what makes a tool like this software tracking template vital.

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Inventory Control TemplateStock Inventory Control ▶

Do you purchase and use materials for manufacturing or maintenance? If so, this may be the tool you need. This template can help you keep track of your materials and assist in knowing when to make additional purchases.

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Bill of Materials ExampleBill of Materials (BoM) ▶

Create a parts list for your assembly or a materials list for your product. This template can help you get started, and provides a fun example of a visual BoM.

7

Tool Checkout SheetEquipment & Tool Check Out Sheet ▶

Keep track of who is using your equipment, tools, books, etc. with a simple sign out sheet form.

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Purchase Order TemplatePurchase Order Template ▶

An easy-to-use template for sending a purchase order to a supplier.

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Purchase Order TrackerPurchase Order Tracker ▶

Track the status of all your purchase orders, regardless of what PO form you use.

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