During this fall Schneider Electric has joined their warehouses into integrated logistics center in Salaspils. Implemented solution based on iScala 2.3, iNtra and Epicor Service Connect handles uninterrupted order flow and process monitoring, as well as centralized product file management and updating.
Claim management module integrated in iNtra for Oriola Riga and Tallinn helps to rise customer service level by rapid reaction to issues and analysis of problem sources.
Integration of Epicor iScala systems in Oriola Vilnius and Oriola Rīga using Epicor Service Connect and our own integration solutions allows to organize data interchange in central warehouse processing.
ERP-system migration is finished in Oriola Rīga from Scala 5.1 to iScala 2.3 with parallel launch of B2B trading on i3 platform. Changes allowed to implement FEFO picking method, improve outgoing invoice printouts and other enhancements.
iNtra module “Campaign Control” that has been implemented in company Sirowa allows to integrate marketing activities (short-term additional discounts for product groups or particular items) with iScala functionality.
Implementation of Epicor Service Connect is finished in company Map Latvia, central warehouse activity cycle is automated – availability control, ordering and automated data exchange etc.
Another POS solution is implemented in company “Latakko”, using modern hardware from CHD. Receipt is printed as ordinary invoice and contains all data required by legal regulations.
iScala based POS system is implemented in steel and constuction retailer “Latvijas Metāls”. In iScala standard interface operator controls every retail process from availability and price control up to receipt printout.
iNtra solution is implemented in yet another company in Lithuania – Intrac Lietuva UAB. System allows users to use standard web-browser interface to operate business information.
System i3.mobile is implemented for company Latakko. It allows merchandisers to place orders for customers using PocketPCs, including “section control” system, when goods that should be in shop are checked.