WDG Point of Sales System (POS) is an all-rounded POS system integrated with retail ERP solution. POS system supports Web platform POS system, Windows/Android/Tablet POS system, and Windows/Android POS system. POS system combines ERP with one-stop marketing, management, procurement, logistics, back-office and accounting; furthermore, alongside with e-shop and Mobile POS Apps, it can share all product/member/promotion/pricing/inventory data in real time with back-office ERP, greatly reducing the workload of back-office personnel, achieving centralized procurement, replenishment and goods reservation, and effectively accomplishing the online and great Channel for marketing model. If you are looking for a suitable retail system to meet the rapid growth of the retail business, then WDG ERP System and WDG POS System are your best choices.
Simplify your IT landscape – and take advantage of affordable subscription pricing – with cloud-based ERP (SaaS ERP).
Run your enterprise resource management software behind your own firewall – for maximum flexibility and control.
You can’t achieve retail success unless you’re consistently meeting or exceeding customer expectations at the point of sale (POS). But as more retail competitors pop up, customers feel empowered to demand greater and greater value for their money. That’s why POS systems for retail must deliver the features you need to keep raising the bar—and must do so at a price you can afford.
wdg POS is an economical retail POS system for multi-location retailers, franchise operators, and regional and national chain stores. It delivers a centralized view of the information you need to complete the retail POS process quickly and effectively. With Acumatica, you have immediate access to information such as customer and order history, real-time order status, inventory data, and profitability by location and product.
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CFO.com conducted a survey of 160 senior financial executives to gain insight on real world experiences with enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementations. These experts shared their stories with the intent of preventing other businesses from making similar mistakes. As discussed in “ERP: Lessons from the Field,” posted by Chris Schmidt on CFO.com, here are three tips worth considering as you embark on your ERP implementation.
Choose a partner, not a provider: Deploying an ERP solution requires the expertise and support of a reputable software provider. This is a partnership and your provider should be experienced in your industry, understand your business needs, and guide you into finding a solution that matches those needs. You don’t want to be pressured into choosing the wrong ERP solution and you should never let providers push you into changing business processes to fit the software. Your ERP solution should work the way you work, not the other way around.
Choosing the right ERP solution: Many ERP platforms offer the ability to manage all of your business operations including finances, supply chain and inventory, manufacturing and distribution activities, and human resources and payroll processes. Several platforms offer tailored solutions for specific industry types such as retail, food and beverage, manufacturing, ecommerce, and others. Some solutions offer additional customizations to capture unique business processes or can integrate with add-on solutions that can provide additional value. A flexible ERP solution, such as Epicor® ERP, can stay aligned with your business as you experience growth. Be careful not to over-customize or choose a solution that offers more features than you really need. Adding unnecessary features or functions will cost more and can confuse users, leading to problems with data entry and use.
Change can be good but is often met with resistance: People can be accustomed to existing systems, even when they are inefficient. Involving a cross-section of representatives from the beginning of the process can build acceptance and support from the start. Initial training and periodic re-training can also reinforce the benefits of using ERP, such as improving productivity and profitability. Getting support from throughout your business can encourage greater user adoption and support.
Our implementation process starts with understanding your business processes compared to best practices in your industry for a company of your volume and niche. Process optimization cannot start without understanding the process first. We at Anand believe that customer should be focused more on their core competence than worrying about system stability. Hence our implementation process starts well before we first get on to the system and goes well beyond successful go-live. Our experienced team members engage with customers through every step of the process.