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Sync your pricing structures and inventory data from your ERP to both your wholesale and retail sales channels for better efficiency.
Does this sound like you?
You have a predominantly wholesale business (B2B) that also retails direct to consumers (B2C) via a physical store and an ecommerce website. You send your wholesale customers (retailers) updated stock sheets on a regular basis with the latest prices and quantities. When a customer wants to make a purchase, they call your head office to check that the items are still available before confirming the order by email.
You may have reps who check in on your key accounts to make sure that stocks aren’t running low. When a customer wants to place an order, the rep writes it in their notebook so they can email it to head office at the next opportunity. In your physical store, customers browse your shelves and checkout at a point of sale (POS) which captures orders into your accounting system.
Your ecommerce website is becoming a more and more lucrative source of revenue, but keeping your product information accurate can be labour-intensive. Once a week you export pricing and stock level data from your accounting system, and compare them to your website to ensure it’s up to date. Someone in your organisation is tasked with receiving telephonic or email wholesale orders from customers and sales reps, as well as collating your retail online orders, and manually capturing them on your ERP / accounting system.
In short, Stock2Shop has reduced human error, reduced duplicate data capturing and increased efficiency.
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