In any case e-nventory® helps you, amongst other things, to:
REDUCE TIED UP CAPITAL
Our experience shows that when e-nventory® is introduced, stock levels can be dropped by 50% or even 75%, without compromising supply-security. This is due to the improved flow of information and a better distinction between non-sellers and fast-moving items.
With a stock value of a million and an interest rate of 5%, e-nventory® pays for itself very quickly.
AVOID MISSING PARTS
Stock control methods that are based on booking in and out have the disadvantage that errors are carried forward to the next inventory. In order to avoid missing parts and the associated production standstill, there is only one remedy: hoarding.
MANAGING DISTRIBUTED STORES
The e-nventory® system is really made to measure for distributed stores.
- Collects the stock levels automatically
- Checks whether the stores are transmitting data
- Gives you overall access at one defined point
Whether we are talking about conventional stores, that are distributed worldwide, or whether the stores are just round the corner from you.
BE CLOSER TO YOUR COSTUMER
When the salesman who visits or telephones the customer already knows what the customer needs, then he can use his time for advising or identifying new requirements.
Instead of just collecting running orders, he can strengthen and build up the relationship.
In marketing, a better classification of the customers will allow you to offer optimum service.
OPTIMISE TRANSPORT COSTS
How much do express deliveries and half-empty journeys cost you? With rising fuel costs, more and more tolls, road-pricing and other taxes, transport is getting more expensive. With e-nventory® you always know what your customer needs.
In this way you can avoid express deliveries and reduce trip frequencies.
RUN A SHOP-IN-SHOP (POS)
If your products are displayed in POS (point of sale) and you are responsible for keeping the shelves filled, see the turnover in real-time.You can optimise the route planning considerably. Before your customers are standing in front of empty shelves and then buying nothing or a product from your competitor.