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Branch Level PricingBranch Level Pricing
Some retailers will set distinct retail prices for each shop, depending on there location, allowing them to be more competitive in certain areas. With eTill you can change the retail price of every item in each branch, or adjust the prices of multiplue items for a specific shop....


 
Multiple Stock LocationsMultiple Stock Locations
Our stock control system has been designed for use by both single and multi store retailers. You can view stock for each product individually or print a range of stock reports filtered by category, department, brand, etc. eTill allows you to record your website sales against one location, while reducing the stock of another, removing the need to transfer stock every time you sell on-lin...


 
Opticon Sensors Europe | Scanning SolutionsOpticon Sensors Europe | Scanning Solutions
Opticon is a worldwide family of companies consisting of OPTOELECTRONICS Co., Ltd, Opticon Sensors Europe BV and Opticon, Inc. OPTOELECTRONICS Co., Ltd, incorporated in 1976, was one of the first companies in the world to specialize in the manufacture of barcode scanners. Since that time, this pioneering organization has evolved into a multi-faceted, international supplier of high-quali...


 
Stock Control Features
Here are some of the key Stock Control Features: Stock Levels at Multiple stock locations With our easy to use interface you can process hundreds of products within minutes. Our product file allows you to repeat and clone product information with a single click of the mouse button, reducing repet...


 
Stock Control Systems and Solutions
Fast Entry of Stock & Product Listings With our easy to use interface you can process hundreds of products within minutes.  Our product file allows you to repeat and clone product information with a single click of the mouse button. ...


 
TransfersTransfers
The transfers module allows you to move stock between different locations.  For example, if your stock is delivered to a central warehouse, it will need to be transferred out to the individual shops. A transfer is a two stage process. first, the stock levels are reduced at the source location, before being physically moved to the destination. Secondly, the stock arrives at the dest...