Delhi, India (PressExposure) January 15, 2010 -- Royal Datamatics (RDPL)'s APPS Retail Software is successfully running in couple of retail chains as part of its beta release. Recently launched and displayed in GTE 2010 from Jan 8th to 11th, the APPS Retail is specialized integrated retail software for apparel and textile retailing.
It includes merchandizing, warehouse management, point-of-sale application and ecommerce integration covering all the activities in an apparel/textile retailing organization. It has specialized business intelligence tools for sales analysis. For example, a user can find out which region is selling what colors and what types of garments (long sleeves versus short sleeves) are being sold.
In addition to this, the retail software application allows easy visual merchandizing through creation of "collections" that can be seen in a virtual store room.
The Warehouse module of the software enables the user to track inventory at multiple warehouses as well as see what inventory is lying in which store. It also generates invoices as required to be imported into standard financial accounting applications such as Tally. In addition to this, the warehouse software centrally manages loyalty programs, discount schemes and pricing.
The Point-of-Sale application is a complete store application that includes invoicing, customer returns, inventory management and loyalty program.
The APPS Retail application can also be integrated with ecommerce application for companies that also have online retailing.
APPS Retail can also integrate with the company's flagship product APPS which is a production planning software for the garment manufacturers. APPS is a leading garment software in NCR region with some of the marquee names in the industry being its clients.
RDPL is a 9 year old software services company serving clients from across the world. Its parent company is a 35 year old garment manufacturer which gives RDPL an in depth understanding of garment industry practices, processes and techniques. One of the RDPL's affiliate runs a garment retail chain which gives APPS Retail an unfair advantage of having an in-house test bed for new product development.