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Merchandising systems are the enterprise back and front-office software solutions upon which the majority of retailers rely to manage and support their daily tasks. These systems typically record p...
 

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Navigator One for SAP Business One


Navigator One is a suite of modules for SAP Business One—a business management software application designed specifically for small to midsize businesses (SMBs). Used by over 23,000 customers today, SAP Business One manages business functions across sales, operations, service, and financials, in an integrated software system. The Navigator One modules extend the core SAP Business One functionality in a completely integrated, same-look-and-feel option for Navigator’s customers and partners. · Production One is targeted at companies looking to track detailed costs and production processes during assembly or production. It can help production-oriented organizations mange their labor and material costs using touch-screen and bar-code collection devices.· Production One advanced planning and scheduling (APS) allows simultaneous scheduling of machines, labor, and tooling. The add-on also features dynamic inventory allocation and multilevel pegging for schedules.· Distribution One is designed for warehouse management and advanced forecasting and planning. It includes functionality for finance, sales, purchasing, customer management, stock control, and warehouse management for wholesalers and distributors.· Service One is aimed at companies that need to perform field service or depot repair and track warranties and maintenance. It can help service-oriented organizations process service calls, schedule, and dispatch technicians.· Project One provides project costing and project management for more project-oriented organizations, including firms that need to track construction-type projects.· Retail One provides point-of-sale (POS) capabilities for other over-the-counter (OTC) sales or bar-code/touch-screen-enabled retail sales. It supports credit cards and debit cards transactions, customer loyalty tracking, and store sales and inventory tracking. Navigator also provides additional functionality for rules-based product configuration, advanced shipping, credit card transactions, bin management, revenue recognition, return merchandise authorizations (RMAs), and bar-code data collection.

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return merchandise authorizations  payment options and automated return authorizations. Warehouses also have simple front-office POS storefronts to handle walk-up customer business. Some retailers sell and ship materials in bulk to other vendors. As business models converge for retailers, the pains often begin. For example, most point-of-sale systems have no inherent understanding of Websales and vice versa. Integration offers the ideal approach '' combining both functionality and data to meet customer expectations of a seamless purchase an Read More

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return merchandise authorizations  merchants can have bar-coded return material authorizations (RMAs) integrated with the branded packing slips that accompany each of their drop-ship orders. Either way, merchants obtain real-time notification as soon as the supplier receives the return, ensuring that the accounting department can promptly and correctly issue any credits. By leveraging these solutions, the idea is for a retailer to be able to achieve the same levels of management, control, and fulfillment performance from a remote supplier Read More

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return merchandise authorizations  the customer wants to return a defective product and obtain a credit. The company creates an RMA and provides the RMA number to the customer, who returns the item. The company subsequently records receipt for the returned item and creates a credit note for the customer. Variations to this simple example may involve a replacement item, or the repair of the returned item. Additional variations in handling RMAs can quickly lead to complex business processes and to more complex ERP software functionality. Read More