Every aspect of order management is automated with DAC’s flexible, intuitive functionality. DAC provides a full spectrum of ordering solutions, including in-house order entry, mobile sales with laptops and tablets, web-based customer self-service, and EDI for automated electronic ordering.
- Contracts, Buy Downs & Flexible Pricing
- Prebook Orders
- Sales Force Automation: DAC Connect
- Mobile Ordering: DAC Express
- E-Commerce: Web Console
- Trade Shows: DAC Trade Show Manager
- EDI for Retailers
- Retailer Interfaces
Optional Order Management Modules
DAC Connect provides the distributor’s sales staff with real-time, mobile access to customer and sales related information. Utilizing a mobile Internet device, such as a laptop, tablet or smart phone, sales personnel can check pricing, accounts receivable status, and inventory status. Ordering, credit requests and product movement review are among a growing list of functions supported by DAC Connect.
DAC Express is a cost-effective order entry app that runs on Apple and Windows devices to provide your customers and sales staff with an efficient method for ordering, processing credit requests, printing shelf labels and more. DAC Express supports customer specific pricing and order history along with inventory availability for items. A wide range of Bluetooth barcode scanners may be paired with DAC Express, or you may use an Apple device’s built-in camera for barcode scanning.
With this browser-based module, distributors can easily manage trade show activity at each booth, and quickly capture bookings for easy export to the DAC Prebook Order system. The Trade Show Manager module is used to set up your trade show, provide recap reports of bookings for customers and vendors via email, capture attendee information for event planning, and more.
Web Console enables distributors to develop strategic partnerships with retailers while reducing the time and costs associated with marketing products, ordering products and providing value-added customer service. Using the Internet, retailers can access the distributor’s website to submit orders, manage retail pricing and product authorization lists, display and print account information and statements, print invoices, generate velocity reports and much more.
For a one-time charge, CDR will configure your IBM system to email documents directly from DAC applications. Documents that may be emailed include invoices, prebook notifications, price changes and many more from a growing list of supported documents.
Vendors battling for market share in the modern convenience store offer numerous incentive programs for retailers. DAC’s Customer Loyalty Program gives the distributor the means to describe and track these incentive programs for their retailers.
Below is a partial list of available retailer interfaces which require the Retailer Integration module (see EDI Modules).
- PDI-Product Information (7501, 7550, 7555)
- PDI-Pricing & Retailing (7511, 7521)
- PDI-Invoices (1200, 1201, 1202)
- PDI-Promotions (7530, 7531)
- CMI Price Book and Invoice Format
- MTC Invoice Format
- ScanMaster POS Integration
- Pinnacle Electronic Invoice
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