SALES & DISTRIBUTION
In Summary:
  • Definition of products and services by groups, subgroups and business lines
  • Management by customer product codes
  • Bar codes
  • Registration of customer requirements
  • Customer Bonitability
  • Delivery scheduling orders
  • Multi-unit sales
  • Stock forecasting (ATP)
  • Deliveries of products and services
  • Delivery routes
  • Dynamic delivery notification model
  • Transport centralisers
  • Cargo tracking and invoicing
  • Customer custody management
  • Packaging and promotional material management
  • Commercial and financial discounts
  • Advances and advance settlements
  • Promotions (commercial policies)
  • Analysis by organisation, distribution channels, divisions, projects
  • Agents, target by sales structure
  • Returns management
  • SCM integration
  • Stock management
  • Shipping
  • EDI integration
  • Sales Force Automation
  • Financial
  • Business Intelligence

The complex sales and distribution industry presents a number of challenges: matching demand with supply, quick access to inventory and customer status, fast and efficient document flows, and use of multiple inefficient and non-integrated software products that lead to data redundancy and require human intervention to match potentially error-prone information, spread across territories, reduce inventory holding costs.

The EMSYS solution addresses industry-specific challenges by integrating sales and distribution workflows across organizational resources and providing best practices for managing the flow from requisition or sales order to product delivery, invoicing, and payment collection.

By integrating EMSYS Financial, EMSYS Logistics, EMSYS HR&Payroll, EMSYS Business Intelligente, EMSYS EPM, EMSYS EAM modules, the system eliminates data redundancy and the potential for errors when moving from one system to another, thus providing the necessary management information to make strategic decisions to match supply and demand.

It is possible to configure the sales/distribution flow in such a way that it shapes the reality within the organisation and its subsequent development and reorganisation, through: business units, sales organisations, distribution channels, agents, etc.

By modelling and configuring the system, operational processes are automatically represented in the financial-accounting component, and financial data for customers and suppliers are available at any time.