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Citrus Lime launches new Ecommerce offering

Cycle-specific module set to cut time spent on admin and increase bike store profitability
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Ecommerce and Epos firm Citrus Lime has launched a new offering designed to make the lives of cycle retailers easier.

Citrus Lime’s recently developed Supplier Integration Module shaves time and effort from inputting product records and updating costs into retailers’ Epos systems.

According to the firm, the system will make it easier for shop staff to take special orders and provide opportunities for extra margin by ensuring supply chain stock availability through POS, back office, workshop and ecommerce systems.

New features include stock check at point of sale – where staff can see if a supplier has a scanned item in stock at point of sale, and price updates where costs will automatically be updated based on a supplier’s database, creating a report that lists the changes and saving shop staff time.

“This new service shows our commitment to our cycle customer base,” said Citrus Lime MD Neil McQuillan. “The system has been designed from the ground up around the cycle industry’s supply chain.

“The module saves time and gives the opportunity to provide a better service to your customers. The service will improve shop profitability and reduce overheads.”

Some of the other features of the system include item creation – where retailers can add items to their RMS database directly from the module, and stock check on purchase order export. The Supplier Integration Module is available from Citrus Lime now.

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