Soon, buyers of children's shoes in bulk at the office of the Ural distributor will be expected to have an electronic terminal instead of the usual cash window, the installation of which will continue to optimize business processes within the company.
In general, an electronic cashier will look like a familiar ATM with a bill receiver, which is designed to accept a whole wad of money. In addition, Mila's cash terminal will be equipped with a special scanner that will read the barcode from the invoice. Thanks to this, the data of the buyer of children's shoes in bulk and the required amount of payment will be immediately displayed on the screen, and after the operation is completed, a check is provided to present to the manager.
“Many formal processes lend themselves to automation. For example, acceptance of goods with the input of invoices into the buyer's computer or unloading orders to the supplier and their processing. The actions of the cashier, which include checking the amount on the invoice, accepting and counting money, scanning bills for authenticity, posting a payment in the control program, knocking out a cashier's check, is no exception. Human participation is not required here. Human resources are the most expensive and it is quite natural that people have to solve more complex, creative tasks that require a non-standard approach, which means that machines cannot do it, "says the manager of Mila - wholesale shoes" Alexander Borodin.
The selection, installation and debugging of the electronic terminal will be handled by ElitMaster, a long-time partner of the distributor and developer of the Mila Internet shop. The introduction of this innovation will allow the company to free the cashier from performing routine work and use his creative potential to solve primary accounting problems and help managers, which, in turn, will allow them to pay more attention to wholesale buyers of children's shoes.