Retail Manager has been designed to help retailers in domains such as optimizing purchases, knowledge of their business and maximizing sales and customer loyalty.

It presents easily and intuitively relevant indicators, interactive maps, dashboards, KPIs, etc., because it transforms your business data into relevant information.

Product and business definitions

The organization of the Retail must be shown in its specific form - mono-brand store, multi-brand store, duty-free shops, outlets, corners, franchises, etc. - there are often different realities in the same organization.

Matrix of sizes and colors

Matrix of sizes and colors with different size tables and color tables (possibly used by suppliers)

Size equivalence tables

Size equivalence tables (for cases between S / M / L and tables 36/38/40)

Distribution features

Different internal and external code

Including one or more barcodes per item, vendor code, etc.

Price management by country

In-Store Transfers & Billing

Item Specific Data

Family, sub-family, supplier, brand, line, use, thematic color, units and method of packaging - boxes or hanging, composition, washing instructions, collection, permanent item, etc. VAT rates Combined products with special characteristics Sale only jointly or separately, offer available only jointly, etc.)

Combined or special products

Item reserved, sold, and priority

Warranty Management

Different campaigns and sales strategies

Different distribution criteria

Pricing and campaigns

Stores must be organized by anagrams / brands, country and region and must have information about the supervisor, manager, schedules, type of store (shopping center, street, warehouses, etc.)

Psychological prices

Different prices to customers

Depending on the country, franchise agreement, group of stores, etc.

Store price update

Promotion and campaign management

Management of promotions and campaigns by product family, group of stores, marketing strategy


Cross selling

Bonds and vouchers

Loyalty programs and affiliates


Purchasing Management

Purchasing management follows the order sequence from bottom to top, from store order to economically manufactured quantity. The confirmation closes the first purchase process (during planning, several months in advance).

Quality management

Quality management according to the definition of purchases

Label Printing Methods

Label printing methods can be a second process of verification of purchases