Monday, May 2, 2016

How to Hit Retail Growth with Workflow Automation?

To grow your retail company you need to evaluate your workflow.

Amid the major economic ebb of the buying seasons and how they affect retail sales, the retail industry as a whole has a number of other major problems that it must often deal with.

Retail and consumer goods companies are constantly reviewing their existing financial and non-financial reporting in order to identify those key performance indicators. All of the evaluation, calculation, accounting and reporting being done in various stages of sales and delivery and on vast systems and departments with their own individual definitions can be a handful for a retail company that’s already got a lot in its plate.

If you are wondering how to find an easier and sufficient way for your retail company to ensure better management of business aims and day-to-day processes you may be the prime candidate for an ERP system.

  • When you have different systems for different processes
  • When the sales forecast is based mostly on guesswork and getting solid facts become problematic
  • When customer satisfaction is low and sales are reduced

Here are 3 main reasons to how an ERP can help your retail grow:

  1. Tie your information down to one system
One of the easiest ways to minimize technical problems between system components is to ensure your ERP system and related components share a common platform. This single step reduces or eliminates the risk of data loss due to problems arising from disparate communication interfaces between system components.

  1. Reliability of business data leading to accurate decision-making
Easy access to accurate, timely and relevant information can enable you and your workforce to take quick and informed business decisions… Better planning brings many advantages, and tighter management of your inventory is just one of them.

  1. Generate loyal customers with the right solution
When your sales team has access to customer information – pertaining to everything from previous order history to past client interactions, how much they paid, their payment terms, their preferred marketing channel, and the products / services they’re most interested in – it enables representatives to strategize a sales process and effectively reach out to buyers on a more personalized level. It also enables management to observe (see productivity, above) and invest further resources into strategies that have proven to be most successful.

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