A POS and inventory system in the cloud optimizes your business

With inventory management built into the POS solution, you are able to fully streamline the inventory processes.

Business Central Inventory Management

    Take advantage of your updated inventory level

    With automatic updating of your inventory level, you avoid selling an item online that has already been sold in the store


    Boost your stock taking with RFID technology

    With an RFID scanner you can count your inventory in just a minutes – this provides overview, saves time and prevents loss


    Automate reordering of products

    Save time and set the level for reordering products, so that the requested items are always available in store and web store


    Reduce inventory costs

    The warehouse management system helps you minimize the inventory level as it calculates which quantities of items to order.

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Always updated inventory

With a POS and inventory system built on top of the ERP solution, Business Central, you ensure that your stock is always up to date. When sales are completed in the store or in the web store, the inventory is updated automatically. This ensures that you do not sell the same product multiple times on different sales channels.

With a solid overview of your inventory, you gain insight into the most popular items as well as the items that accumulate in the warehouse. In this way, you can make strategic business decisions based on data.

Woman working in warehouse is checking the inventory system on her computer
Clothing store which has an up to date inventory

Track the journey of each item

By means of the built-in scanning module, you can take care of all inventory management processes using bar codes or RFID tags, to ensure that your staff always has access to updated stock availability via the POS.

The technology enables you to track each item’s serial number as it travels through the system, right from purchase order to sales invoice, repair order, or is transferred to virtual storage.

You can use handheld scanners or smartphones for barcode scanning – or you can use the latest technology for inventory management with RFID.

Inventory information at your fingertips

When you rely on your inventory data, you can use this knowledge to offer an extra service in the store. The stock of specific products in certain colors and sizes can quickly be looked up at checkout, on an mPOS, or on the computer. The product can be identified by entering the item name, item number, or by scanning the barcode.

With an inventory management system in the cloud, you are guaranteed access to your storage data 24 hours a day in real-time. This means that your sales assistants always have the inventory at hand if a customer requests a specific price or item.

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Man in clothing store with tablet is conducting inventory management
Couple using omnichannel inventory to shop online

Omnichannel inventory management

A retail company in control of its omnichannel inventory management has the best conditions in creating a seamless customer experience. Therefore, it is essential that you manage your inventory across online and offline channels. A strong omnichannel approach to inventory management ensures full transparency and overview of your warehouse in real-time.

Your customers should experience the stock information on your web store to be updated and accurate. This means that if an item is shown as in stock in a particular store, they can go there and get it – without going in vain and have a bad experience.

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