Stockroom management:

profitable and easy to use system.

It is not the most visible room, but the stockroom is incredibly important for retail spaces. It is the focal point of all operations: the place for managing store operations, the place where deliveries are received, the inventory is done here, and the place where all the products that are not on the shelf are deposited, but that customers can request.

By implementing stockroom management solutions dedicated to retail warehouses, the stockroom supports efforts to streamline, increase sales and improve the experience offered to clients.

Maximum accuracy monitoring

A comprehensive overview of all inbound, outbound and transactions for increased efficiency and productivity.

Automation of inventory processes

Stocks are replenished to certain predetermined inventory thresholds and this avoids the loss of customers due to lack of stock.

Precise identification of stocks location

Employees can quickly identify the exact location of stocks and support a fast, efficient and friendly sales process.

Real-time datafeed

Any delivery, transaction or replenishment is automatically recorded and all transactions are instantly visible with the help of a constantly updated system.

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Stockroom efficiency: added value with integrated tracking and management

Stores that rely on a traditional stockroom inventory are vulnerable to the imbalance of full warehouse / empty shelves and may lose sales and customers due to unsynchronized information.

The implementation of a stockroom management system means that the most advanced technological innovations allow centralized monitoring, a complete and accurate perspective at all times of products in storage, orders in transit, and which automatically notifies staff when certain products approach the time required to resupply.

Maximum accuracy monitoring

Inventory accuracy is one of the most important performance factors for any retail space: products available when you need them.

Inventory can only be effectively managed with well-mapped procedures that combine control with real-time transactions.

Combining processes and operations with customers into a single optimized digital infrastructure allows data to be collected and analyzed from stockroom entry to sale.

It also reduces human error caused by a fast pace of work and the attention divided between customers and administrative processes.

Automation of inventory processes

Stockroom automation offers both short-term and long-term benefits.

Automatic replenishment is one of the most important functions of stockroom management. With the help of automatic notifications, monitoring the number of customers and transactions made by your team can always rely on existing stocks.

Each retailer can set its own levels for inventory. The point of sale software determines when is the best time to place a replenishment order and will do this automatically when the set threshold is reached.

Precise identification of stocks location

No matter how small the stockroom or shelf space, any extra waiting time for a customer can lead to the loss of a sale.

The stockroom management software provides an accurate image of both the overall and individual products, allowing the sales team to quickly navigate the shelf or storage space, find the products requested by the customer and provide them in a timely manner, facilitating the sales process and improving the quality of interactions.

Real-time datafeed

A stockroom that offers real-time data is an incredibly valuable asset for the store. According to the McKinsey Institute, retailers who rely on accurate data buy customers 23 times more easily, retain customers 6 times more easily, and are 19 times more likely to be profitable.

In retail, real-time data incorporates information from cash registers (in addition to those entered in the inventory), providing a constantly updated perspective on the availability of stocks both on the shelf and in the stockroom. This way your team can rely on accurate information that they can trust when a customer has a question or request about a product that is not on display but is of interest.

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