This video series discusses NAV integration with Amazon.com MWS. Part 1 demonstrates how Amazon Orders could be retrieved and processed as NAV Sales Orders.
In Part 4 of this series, ArcherPoint’s Matt Street shows how line and total discounts interact and how to apply only the highest discount to the same order.
In Part 3 of this blog series, ArcherPoint’s Matt Street demonstrates ways to capture the reasons why discounts were offered at the POS
In Part 2 of this series, ArcherPoint’s Matt Street uses Dynamics NAV and LS Retail to limit the discounts cashiers and managers are authorized to allow at the POS
In this short video, ArcherPoint’s Matt Street shows how cashiers can offer discounts at the POS using Microsoft Dynamics NAV and LS Retail
By using solid retail management software to integrate inventory and sales data across your retail enterprise, you’re going to get the added bonus of achieving better customer service in the process, just from streamlining your operational data. This comes from having open access to information and telling consumers what they want to know in real time.
The key to effective inventory management is good, clear data that’s available to you in real time, rather than whenever your retail management software gets around to running a report. With integrated, real-time data, retailers increase sales opportunities, make better inventory forecasts and prevent loss, all while improving customer satisfaction.
Mobile inventory management solutions have been around for a while, but now it’s possible to run retail management software from many popular mobile devices. This new mobility helps increase the efficiency of employees checking inventory and stocking shelves, as well as warehouse staff transferring goods from vendors or a central warehouse.
If you don’t have the right number of registers available, you’re probably losing money, either in lost sales or hard costs. But mobile Point of Sale (POS) software could introduce a safety net into this fraught balancing act. With mobile POS retail software you’re able to quickly and inexpensively scale up during peak hours.
Forecasting future customer needs requires a combination of business intelligence and retail management software, plus a long-range view. As a mid-market retailer, part of the challenge is to get your head out of the day-to-day grind, taking the time to think about useful metrics to track and ways to refine operations based on data.