Inventory Services for Retail Stores
Rocky Mountain Inventory (RMI) is an inventory company that has offered inventory counting services to retailers in the greater Rocky Mountain region for more than 13 years. State-of-the-art technology plus personal attention from highly experienced management staff is our formula for providing retail clients with an accurate, verified inventory of shelf stock or fixed assets.
Big Enough to Serve. Small Enough to Care.
From our preparation before your inventory begins, to our auditors’ time in your store or office, to the final inventory report that we provide, we focus on attention to detail, as well as flexibility and convenience for our clients. Our inventory expertise and technology help you increase your store’s profitability, reduce shrinkage, and provides the information needed to make informed decisions. That’s why many clients rely on us month after month, year after year for their inventory counting and reporting. We have inventory experts near you — in Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, South Dakota, Missouri, Arkansas, Iowa, New Mexico and Oklahoma.
Member of North American Association of
Inventory Services (NAAIS)
RMI is one of only a handful of inventory specialists in this service area with membership in NAAIS, the inventory service industry’s leading professional organization. We strictly adhere to the organization’s professional and ethical standards. And we hire only screened and tested drug-free inventory specialists.
RMI Can Handle Your Inventory Service Needs
- Retail & Warehouse Inventories
- Financial Inventories
- Cycle Counts
- UPC and SKU Barcode Scanning
- Inventory Auditing
- Buy-Sell Inventories
- Fixed Asset Inventories
- Price Verification
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What RMI Clients Say
“Rocky Mountain Inventory knows how to provide an outstanding inventory service. I feel like a valued customer dealing with them and know with their service I can rely on the data they provide, and make good decisions.” ~ Liquor Store Owner