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We will help you take care of supply chain security and effective inventory management. Get support from DDMRP experts.

How do you benefit from working with Taxology?

We will help you determine your company's needs and then efficiently implement an inventory management process.

Lower warehouse costs

We will help you reduce the costs of holding excess stock.

Reduced losses

We will advise you on how to minimise costs generated by damaged and out-of-date stock.

Improved availability of goods

We will show you how to better anticipate demand for goods.

Support from a team of experts

You will receive support from specialists with 15 years of experience in the field of supply chain and production.

Full implementation support

We will lead a carefully designed implementation process, from start to finish.

A tailor-made solution

We will tailor the implementation method and the final system settings to your company’s needs.

Znajdź złoty środek w planowaniu zasobów

Bolączką firm może być nie tylko niedobór zapasów, ale i nadmiar, który powoduje nadwyżki magazynowe, a nawet przeterminowanie. Dzięki DDMRP znajdujemy optymalne ilości zasobów, które pozwolą się przygotować na niespodziewane sytuacje.

Find out what our customers think

First, we registered for VAT in Germany, then we registered it in the PAN-UE model for our e-commerce, and it all went very smoothly. We’ve been doing VAT settlement with taxology since 2018, and it’s going very well.

Michał Janik PMO | Krosno

Thanks to cooperation with taxology, we can be sure that our VAT for Amazon purposes is settled correctly in the European Union. Taxology carried out VAT registrations and ongoing VAT settlements very professionally. Therefore, Taxology is an excellent choice for all Amazon sellers.

Lech Nitecki Owner | Ogrodosfera

We have been working with Taxology for a short time but are fully satisfied - help in VAT OSS settlements and high-level consulting. In case of any problems, we can always ask for help.Previously, we have cooperated with another tax agency. Currently, we are in the process of transferring all our VAT settlements to Taxology.

Dawid Gawin Owner | Musclepower

Our cooperation with Taxology has been going on for several years, and we can count on professional service on many levels.They constantly adjust the warehouse management to our needs, for which we are incredibly grateful.

Agnieszka Świestowska Board member | Atlanti

We use the VAT compliance package. However, the most important thing for us was to automate the processes of VAT settlements, integrate with Amazon and create transparent reports for accounting.Taxology met our expectations in these matters; we are also satisfied with Pan-EU countries' registration and VAT settlements.

Paweł Bogaczewicz CEO | BOGATECO

We moved our settlements to Taxology due to dissatisfaction with the services of another agency. However, our cooperation has been going on for over two years, and we can thoroughly recommend Taxology services to all companies that need help with registration and VAT settlements in Europe.

Rafał Milczarczyk Managing Director | M&Z

We have been cooperating with Taxology since the beginning of 2020. It is a partner who listens to us and, at the same time, advises us with concern for our company. Furthermore, we value the knowledge and experience of Taxology experts who fully support us in VAT settlements in many European countries. Thanks to them, we no longer have to deal with VAT settlements and their deadlines or communication with tax offices. Therefore, we are sure that the issues of VAT settlements are in good hands.

Karolina Bloch Manager of the Analysis and Controlling Department | SOXO


Do I need to keep all my products in stock?

No, but each product should have an inventory management strategy. You need to be clear about which products are essential and must always be available to your customers, and which can be ordered or manufactured when needed. This will allow you to limit the amount of frozen funds.

Do I need to keep stock in all the warehouses from which I sell?

Not necessarily. If you are able to transport stock between them in a timeframe that does not reduce customer satisfaction, you can store them only in selected locations and then send them to the other ones as required by your customers.

Is it possible to determine which stock to keep in a warehouse and which to order and transport only when needed?

Yes, and we can help you with this task. We can assist you in defining an inventory management strategy for your entire range of products and all your warehouses.

Do I need special software to manage my stock in an efficient manner?

You don’t need any specialist software. Excel spreadsheets and simple applications will help you monitor your stock levels and let you know when to place your next order.

Which tool should I choose for stock planning?

To select the necessary tools, you need an individual analysis of your company’s needs. We will help you identify your specific requirements and select the right set of applications and tools.

Which is safer: having over- or under-estimated stock?

Both scenarios carry business risks. Your warehouse stock level should fall within a range that is safe but not excessive. Once this level is determined, systematic stock monitoring allows you to easily stay within the designated range.

What is the minimum stock used for?

The minimum stock, also known as the safety stock, protects you from running out of goods in unexpected situations, such as late deliveries from the manufacturer, defective batches of products or rapid increases in sales.

How often should I check stock levels?

The most important products, which account for approximately 80% of revenue, should be checked on a daily basis. Other products can be checked less frequently, e.g. once a week. However, it is necessary to have an alert system that will inform you each day of items that need special attention.

Is forecasting necessary to ensure stock availability?

No. Many companies successfully develop their business without any forecasts. Nevertheless, you should bear in mind that they will help you better prepare for unexpected situations and effectively prevent shortages and surpluses. So it’s good to have them.