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NEXT GENERATION ANDROID-BASED


Our system integration focus is on conversation and collaboration to ensure the solutions we provide meet or exceed the stated business requirements.


We specialise in intricate, time-crucial projects where our agility allows problems to be analysed and solved quickly and efficiently. With partners and clients including Tesco, Media Markt, Relex, NCR/Retalix and Scandit we work on projects and solutions both large and small; whether in- store only, cross estate or inter-business.


Our Android-based ProVu suite challenges traditional ‘point and scan’ processes by significantly accelerating colleague Shelf Edge Label and/or stock control related tasks.


More information. SPECIFICATIONS


Intuitive scanning and process control saves staff and retailers time and money


Highly configurable Android application suite for enterprise-level devices


Modular software design allows retailer-specific features to be added quickly and effectively


Next Generation, fast ‘open view’ scan engine allows live and informative stock and label over- lays


Navigation intuitive and simple to use via a combination of touch and gesture-led features


Suitable for goods receiving, inter-store trans- fers. stock checks, gap scanning, Shelf Edge Label (SEL) validation, product stock check and much more


CONTACT


Steve Slough Managing Director Tel | +44(0)7977936572 steveslough@tagretailsystems.co.uk


SCAN AND PRODUCTIVITY APPLICATION SOFTWARE PROVIDER FOR MEDIUM TO LARGE SIZE RETAILERS.


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