Regulate return of stock from stores


hocontrolNow retailers with a number of shops running Ginesys POS can manage
their stock movement from a single point of control. In Ginesys retail
management software we have added functionality to request return of
stock from point of sale locations. The stores will then return stock
from POS according to the requested quantity and items. This brings much
more control on the return process and enhances the replenishment possibilities.
Retail shops having large unsold inventory do not need to decide what
to send back. The head office can check other store requirements and
either request a return to warehouse (DC) or a transfer to another
site.

Auto-email payment advice in Ginesys


email2Now when you create a new payment advice in Ginesys you can automatically send a listed vendor email id an email with the advice and the invoices cleared in that payment with all details. It will make your life easier by having to deal with fewer enquiries asking when they will get a certain payment and seeking explanations of payment made.

These kind of features in the retail ERP  help suppliers as well as merchants in the retail eco-system

Credit days Check and new Credit Rules: Useful feature for Wholesalers


credit2Wholesalers and distributors raise a sale invoice for the retailers with a certain credit amount and credit days limit. With a large customer base it becomes important to track violations of this limit and in some cases restrict further invoicing to a customer. Ginesys has introduced 3 credit rules which can be configured for the customer invoicing:

  1. Check only credit amount / credit limit
  2. Check only overdue bills
  3. Check both limit and overdue bills
  4. No checks

Rule 1 was the default configuration where further invoicing could be blocked or a warning displayed if the total balance amount was exceeding the limit defined for the customer.

In Rule 2 if the wholesaler configures N days as overdue limit then software will check if there are bills more than N days old which are not fully paid before allowing further invoicing/ dispatch.

For Rule 3 bot limit and overdue days of the customer will be tested before allowing further billing.

Another great point is that we have added a tolerance to the amount which is configurable per customer. So if the limit is exceeded by only an insignificant amount then you can still allow billing to proceed. This is relevant for rule 1 and 3.

Wait there is more, you can import this configuration from an Excel file for your entire list of customers in one-shot! Isn’t that awesome?

Your Invoice now comes with Custom Fields


Ginesys InvoiceSometimes a retail merchant would like to track certain invoice characteristics which are not part of the transaction. For example, if the retailer needs to track if an invoice was for a male or female shopper. This can be done with a choice of these two options. If the retailer is creating an invoice for fulfilling an e-commerce order, they need a field to capture the online order number.

 

For these kind of requirements Ginesys has introduced custom fields driven by the merchant in the Point of Sales. These can be defined at the head office level and we can also deliver reports against the same. We hope merchants will be able to use these fields to drive retail software more efficiently

Credit note becomes more secured with Ginesys OTP


Creditnote update GinesysMany retailers and brands issue credit notes against returned items to shoppers but do not have an idea of genuine redemption or use of the credit note. Making it mandatory to tag a genuine mobile number when generating a credit note so that a one-time password (OTP) can be sent to the same when redeeming. 

Another policy setting allows a single OTP to be generated for multiple redemption’s like loyalty points, gift voucher and credit note when being used together in the same invoice. This makes it very easy for shoppers to use multiple modes of payment at the POS.

This is just one of the ways Ginesys retail management system makes the point of sale (POS) operations less susceptible to fraud.