Company News • 30.09.2016
Mobile App for merchandise management
Superdata offers a mobile merchandise management system
DEWAS is designed as a closed loop, modular merchandise management system for use in a wide range of retail business structures. With over 7000 installations in more than 80 retail enterprises, DEWAS is one of the leading and most widespread merchandise management systems in Germany.
Tablets and smartphones have become indispensable for private and business life. Mobility and networking gain more and more importance and often contribute to the decisive competitive advantage of a business. High performance devices and advanced internet technology can be used to create new innovations and opportunities for a more effective merchandise management.
The latest development from Superdata – the Mobile App - offers operative merchandise management functions for flexible and independent use. The Mobile App for the systems DEWAS and Sigma can be used with new generation PDT-devices and with mobile devices such as notebooks, tablets and smartphones. The application is fully integrated into the merchandise management solutions and contains all important operative functions such as ordering, price changes, incoming goods, stock-taking and labelling.
The Mobile App can be used either at the counter, in the office or on the floor and end-devices can be chosen freely and combined as required: This offers retail the highest degree of mobility and flexibility.
The Mobile App supports the operating systems Android, Windows and iOS as well as all common web browsers. Handling is intuitive with a visually attractive user interface. The responsive design adjusts automatically to the size of the device display used.
Mobile Reporting is currently available for the systems DEWAS, MSS and sigma//MC and delivers all relevant reports and figures for immediate and effective control of the enterprise. The Management benefits from easy and direct access to decision-relevant information at any time and in any place. Both solutions are available as stand-alone licenses or can be used in combination.
The wide range of mobile application scenarios offers many possibilities for the optimization of additional retail processes. Superdata already plans the development of further mobile solutions, and these will again open new perspectives to the retail industry.
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