Free-to-sell stock management
Real-time data in single view
Highly configurable returns process
Complimenting the diverse needs of your business, within our PrimaNet software there are a variety of ways to enter a customer order depending upon the needs of the user and the environment in which they work. Direct order entry for either wholesale customers or end consumers is accompanied by accurate, up-to-date and relevant information in a single screen which assists the user in providing excellent customer service, as well as taking advantage of additional selling opportunities. Alternatively, users can enter orders via a web-based application using a variety of browsers or handheld devices which allow remote data entry for specific customers, remote sales teams, exhibition stand representatives and more.
Stock is managed on a ‘free-to-sell’ basis which effectively controls availability at any given point in time and allows your business to forward sell and take sales orders against existing purchase orders. Plus, the returns process is highly configurable to match the processes required by your business and can include a repair service with full traceability and a variety of charging mechanisms.Download the Product Card
"We had no hesitation with implementing PrimaNet to Wolsey Scandinavia. The product is perfect for our business and its flexibility has been important as we continue to grow and evolve. With the knowledge, expertise and experience that the Prima team bring, we knew this project would be relatively simple. They still really listen to what it is that we want and then work collaboratively with us to make it happen quickly and smoothly. Wolsey would not be where it is today without that partnership and it is a decision that the business is very glad it made!"
"Implementing the PrimaNet suite of software will enable us to take control of our supply chain, and manage costs so that we can take full advantage of global opportunities whilst ensuring product is available in the right channel at the right time to make the sale."