Thursday, February 18, 2010

IT Definitions (AKA: Kim Missed One)

Wall to Wall Inventory (As defined by Integrated Publishing, the most informative site on the internet)

A wall-to-wall inventory is a scheduled inventory of all material in a storage area ashore. This type of inventory is recommended only at those activities where the range and depth of stock is small and a complete inventory can be easily performed. A wall-to-wall inventory may also be required when sample inventories are less than established goals.

4 comments:

Andrea said...

again, ya-a--a-w-n.

Queen B said...

sad

Ruthie Girl said...

I am just going to take your word for it.

Kim Thomas said...

Oh, where the depth of stock is small.....