Sales and Distribution
- Define products and services on groups, subgroups and business lines
- Management on customer product codes
- Bar codes
- Record customers’ requirements
- Customer reliability
- Delivery scheduling orders
- Sale on many units
- Stocks provision (ATP)
- Products delivery and services
- Transport summary
- Accompanying and invoicing goods
- Goods management in customers’ custody
- Packaging management and promotional materials
- Commercial and financial discounts
- Earnest and earnest settlement
- Promotions (commercial policies)
- Analysis on organizations, distribution channels, divisions, projects
- Agents, target on sales structures
- Returns Management
- SCM Integration
- Stock Management
- EDI Integration
- Sales Force Automation
- Business Intelligence
Complex sales and distribution industry involve a series of challenges: request correlation to offer, quick access to inventory and customers situation, fast and efficient document flows, use of many ineffective and non-integrated software products that lead to data redundancy and requires human intervention to correlate the information with highly error potential, spread on the ground, reducing costs while maintaining stocks.
EMSYS solution approaches challenges for specific industry by integrating sales and distribution flow in the organization’s resources by offering the best practices to manage the flow from sales request down to products’ delivery, invoicing and payment collection.
Through the integration of modules EMSYS Financial, EMSYS Logistics, EMSYS HR & Payroll, EMSYS Business Intelligence, EMSYS EPM, EMSYS EAM, the system eliminates data redundancy and the possible errors that may occur while processing data from a system to a new one, by providing the necessary information at management level in order to take strategic decisions to correlate the request to the offer.
There is the possibility to configure sales / distribution flow so that it can model reality inside the organization, but also to develop and reorganize it lately, by: business units, sales organizations, distribution channels, agents, etc.
By modeling and settings made in the system, the operational processes are automatically represented in the financial – accounting component, the financial data for customers and suppliers being available any time.