An inventory control form allows businesses to track changes to their inventory, both through the intake of new goods and the sale or removal of existing items. In most cases, businesses fill out an inventory control form every time the inventory of the business changes.
An inventory control form generally contains space to indicate changes to multiple pieces of inventory. They may offer multiple options for identifying each piece of inventory, including the name of the item, its description and its serial number. The form also generally contains space to describe the change made to the inventory, as well as a signature line for the person authorizing the change.