The system allows you to manage the quantities of products in multiple warehouses. In each warehouse, you can know the current quantity of each product or the quantity that should arrive to the warehouse for the item from your suppliers.
An item can have a different product identifier number between you and your supplier, each one identifies the product with a different product code, we allow you to work on the system transparently with two item identification numbers, you can use your product identifier, or your vendor product identifier , Or both.
Beyond the basic set of data that represents the system product, you can, if needed, add more data to describe and define your product, you can even change the product structure to fit a specific, even rare product area.
For each product, the system holds its main image, but if necessary, you can add up to nine additional images. The pictures will help your customer become familiar with the product or the uses that can be made of it or its various models, pictures are the best way to sell.
For obvious commercial reasons and the fear of leaking information to competitors, you can limit the price exposure of your products, which can be overwhelming in a particular catalog or not in others or in a systemic way. In the case of a product with a hidden price, the customer will have to contact for a quote on these products.
The Catalog Editor allows you to change the price view for a catalog.
When a customer or sales rep searches for products as they build an order or offer, we will show them graphically whether the product is in stock yes or no, this information whether the product is in stock can come from your decision regardless of the actual quantity in one warehouse or another, or based on All quantities in the different warehouses for the same item.
In some commercial cases you do not want to reveal to your customer your supplier’s name or where it comes from, so as not to incur competition with you on the supplier’s products, in these cases you can hide the supplier’s name and alternatively represent it by some generic name, this ability is possible for either a single product or a whole Vendor Products, this option will keep business information on your supply chain.
When your customer orders products from you it is important for him to know when he receives the products, the system can set delivery days at different levels, at the level of all supplier products, or for a specific item or at the level of the whole business. When closing the order, the best delivery date for the customer will be determined based on the product mix of which the order is made up, if necessary the order will be split into sub-orders to deliver to the customer some of the existing products.
Some products come from your supplier packed in packages containing a specified quantity, opening the packages to sell individual units can cause a loss of goods, thus allowing the system to set a minimum quantity unit for sale for such products to prevent loss of merchandise, although the system also allows to circumvent this restriction The need.