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Apparel Point of Sale: Visual Retail Plus
VRP’s apparel point of sale has the WIL feature which stands for Width, Inseam and Length which allows retailers to work with tailors, easily put men’s clothing in the inventory more accurately whether it is ties.
So what makes Visual Retail Plus’ apparel point of sale so stand out? VRP wise; the entire tech support staff has some type of retail experience – mainly in Apparel and are therefore familiar with the pressures a store owner and manager goes though throughout the day. Tech support is ready to assist 7/365.
VRP’s apparel point of sale has the WIL feature which stands for Width, Inseam and Length which allows retailers to work with tailors, easily put men’s clothing in the inventory more accurately whether it is ties, button down shirts, pants or jackets.
When adding items to VRP’s apparel Point of Sale the retailer can decide on a group, sub group and sub-sub group which gives a 3 dimensional matrix. When adding items, type of fabric can be added as well for convenient look up.
In addition, point of sale for clothes has an extremely advanced CRM which allows the retailer to:
· Take down customer information including name, birthday, address, phone number and email.
· Keep track of previous purchases.
· Keep track of preferred types of products.
· Email blasts
· Keep additional information such as size, width and length if tailoring is done or measurements
· Gift cards which do not require an additional processing fee.
· Loyalty Cards for those returning customers.
· Matching of items
In order to assist the sales staff raise sales and hit their weekly, daily and monthly goals, recommended items can be matched so that a specific pair of pants can be matched with a belt. Coupons can be easily created and mix and match is a popular feature among retailers when looking for a point of sale for clothes.
Visual Retail Plus takes pride in their feature to keep track of employees whether it is the time and attendance which can be logged in either using a username and password or biometrics for those that want to take extra precautions. If there is one POS (register) and multiple sales personnel the system can require a log in or finger swipe before each sale to keep track of who sold how much. More than that commission per employee or a specific product is recorded. If the company allows monthly allowance to purchase items, VRP’s apparel point of sale keeps track of who purchases what and automatically replenishes every month.
Lastly, to make sure that not only is the sales person happy, the employer has a list of loss prevention reports that can and should be taken advantage of. Some of Visual Retail Plus’ reports include:
· A break down by week for each of your store’s sales, returns, percentage of returns to sales, and the method of payments associated with returns. Helps see if an overwhelming amount of returns are being done.
· Invalid Sales Report – How selling unknown items can hurt.
· Price Overrides – if sales personnel are allowed to do price changes at the POS, this report will allow you to see if they are giving high price changes.
· Excessive Discounts - where you view discounts above X percent.
For more information, go to http://www.visualretailplus.com/