Mitigating overstocking involves implementing strategies to precisely balance inventory levels, ensuring that a business holds neither too little nor too much stock. This balance is critical to avoid the excessive costs associated with overstocking, such as wasted storage space, tied-up capital, and potential obsolescence of products. The key to achieving this is having access to verified, live updated data. Such real-time data provides an accurate view of inventory levels, sales velocity, and market trends, enabling businesses to make data-driven decisions about purchasing and inventory management. This approach not only optimizes storage utilization but also improves cash flow and reduces the risk of unsold inventory. By leveraging updated and accurate data, businesses can align their stock levels more closely with actual demand, effectively reducing the incidence and impact of overstocking.