Data-driven Inventory Demand Planning
The essence of a good inventory demand planning lies in its great ability on forecasting trends. All made POSSIBLE with WXORA’s Data-Driven, Inventory Demand Planning. You could now perform meaningful inventory forecasting based on critical KPIs, to better spot trends and enable data-driven decision-making.
Wxora Demand Planner
Trusted By Merchants
Aya KamilBusiness Development - Yummylooks.com
Salah MamdouhHead of Ecommerce - Mevolv
Emilia ClarkeOwner - Cupcakes Feast
Customized For Retail
Wxora team understands the retail needs and specifically design and customize all your ERP requirements for retail and wholesale businesses, which means you won’t pay for any unnecessary functionality or costly customizations.
Software with service
Service is an integral part of working with Wxora. Our retail consultants get you up and running in 1/3 of the time it takes ERP, and always for a fixed cost. Our in-house team stays with you throughout – from tech support to ongoing business consulting.
Agility at scale
Black Friday, holiday season, back to school, or whenever your peak period is, Wxora is built to scale as you grow. It’s also designed for resilience; an operations platform you can build a business on.
Core features of Wxora Retail Inventory Management System
✔️ Data-driven replenishment
The replenishment report will provide you with reliable replenishment recommendations. Seasonality, out-of-stock periods, average sales, trends, product lead time, and other forecasting indicators are included to ensure accuracy
✔️ Identify overstocked SKUs
✔️ Periodical comparisons
✔️ Advanced notifications
✔️ Visualize trend performance
With straightforward dashboards that show things – like stock on hand, items on purchase, top items that need to be reordered, and the most overstocked items, you can get a QUICK SNAPSHOT of inventory levels.
✔️ Fast purchase order creation
✔️ Open-to-buy reporting
& much more
Contact us today for a customized demo of Wxora ERPNEXT
And see how we can help you automate the ordinary and act on the exceptional.