Robinson for garden centres
Detailed article management
The software includes a database with 16.000 plant species and features and 5.000 images. These can be linked to your articles and displayed in the cash register, labels and your website.
Article data and price changes are retrieved from the article base of your wholesale businesss or purchase group. If an article is new in your assortment, SDP Robinson can automatically add it to your article record after scanning. In this way you avoid that products are not recognized at the cash register. You can also generate barcodes that include prices.
SDP offers a broad range of special labels specifically for garden centres, with characteristics like "moisture-resistant", "biodegradable", etc. Specific label types include "ring", "stick-in", "loop-lock", "adhesive labels", etc). You define label layouts and add images, features, plant care tips, etc. These data are retrieved from your article database.
ALWAYS AN OPTIMAL STOCK LEVEL
The inventory can be done with a handheld scanner during opening hours. Articles sold during the inventory are automatically included in the inventory. Stock corrections are entered manually. In case of various stock locations or shops you, also define where the correction has to be applied. The system updates the stock based on article transfers between different shops. Order purchase lists are created when the minimum stock level is reached, based on rotation lists or through scanning. In this way you will never lose profit because of a sold out product.
Figures & reports
Do you like to have a clear overview of all sales figures in an accurate report? Verify which promotions are most successful, which margins are obtained by each product group, etc. You can export sales figures of your shop(s) to detailed and clear reports.
Thansk to SDP Robinson, sales figures of multiple branch-stores are as clear as crystal. You can easily compare shops mutually. The application provides you with a global overview of all stock, purchase and sales data of different shops on a single list.
Detailed figures and statistics are usually at the basis of a well-organised purchase, sales and commercial management. For instance, you can send out a mailing based upon the customers' purchase behaviour.
Changes in the back-office will be sent automatically to all shops and cash registers. Changes in promotions, articles or layouts only have to be done once and all sales are centralized for reporting.