Distribution and Logistics, Mobile Sales Force Automation

By: M-trilogix  09-12-2011
Keywords: Customer Relationship Management, Warehouse Management

m-trilogix provides a customized and efficient Mobile Field Force solution for Laptops, PDA's, Palm's and WAP/Cell Phones. Our products and solutions allow you to push and pull information from the Field with your existing systems.

We provide out of the box solutions in the following areas:

Distribution and Logistics:

  • For use in Warehouse Management Systems, and Logistical Delivery Systems.
    Using the Wi-Fi standard, hardware devices, which include bar code scanning, and advanced software applications running on hand-held computers and desktops we will build a distributed system that manages your workflow electronically.
  • Business Processes Covered: Inventory Receiving, Routing, Storage, Shipping and Delivery.

Mobile Sales Force Automation - For the Consumer, Package and Retail Goods Industry:

  • For use by Sales and Customer Representative professionals who are often away from the office and need a distributed Customer Relationship Management System (CRM). Using WLAN, WWAN, and Internet technology including the 802.11 standard and existing public networks we will build a comprehensive mobile and distributed system that integrates with your legacy systems. All information will be available remotely pertaining to client, inventory, pricing and 'Hotlist' to do's.
  • Business Processes Covered:
    Sales Process automation, Form automation and reduction, Client contact information, Scheduling Information, Order and Invoice information.

Keywords: Customer Relationship Management, Warehouse Management

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Industry Specific Solutions :: Mobile Customer Relationship Management

Hardware devices containing the m-CRM application will allow businesses to make a faster return on their investment by standardizing field data capture, reporting, increase efficiency and improve information quality for decision makers. Warehouse management and bar code scanning of product, with receiving, picking, packing, inventory modules. Out of the box embedded m-CRM technology running on a PDA device which will provide 3 basic modules.


Cloud Computing Resources

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Android Apps, Blackberry, iPhone and iPad OS

Frameworks built and which are applicable with the Apple mobile OS include: sales and field audits, store management, some CRM modules and simpler tasks in a sales process. We take our pre-built frameworks and customized them to the business process of our clients employing best business practices in the workflow analysis.


Benefits of cloud computing

You can also reduce your hardware and software requirements and your ongoing costs - maintenance and other upgrades can be managed off-site by your cloud computing service provider. While there are some concerns around data protection, cloud computing can give your business access to professionally managed back-up for all of your business information.


How cloud computing works

Businesses can use smaller, more low-cost portable devices, such as smart phones and netbooks, supporting more mobile and remote working practices. It allows you to run applications through your web browser and save, retrieve or share files that are stored 'outside' your business. SaaS is the most common form of cloud computing used by small businesses, and involves using software hosted on remote servers.


Cloud Computing

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