Williams Commerce And Computoy Announce The Introduction Of Barcode Compatibility To MSeller
The ecommerce application for IPad, mSeller has had new compatibility introduced to make it even easier for businesses to sell to customers through their mobile sales representatives using IPads.
Leicester (I-Newswire) February 25, 2013 - Williams Commerce and Computoy created mSeller, an ecommerce application for IPad, to help businesses utilise IPads with their mobile sales force and cut down on the amount of equipment salesmen need to take with them around the country. MSeller allows a salesman to show customers every product their company offers, making full use of the IPad’s interactive touch screen. MSeller can also be integrated with a company’s order system to allow for quick and easy ordering with a customer face to face.
The introduction of barcode compatibility into mSeller means that businesses can now integrate their systems with the application even more, giving their sales force an even easier way to order products with their customers. MSeller can now build orders based on barcodes being scanned with a Bluetooth barcode scanner, meaning customers can scan the barcodes of the products they desire and review their order through the ecommerce App when they’ve finished prior to purchasing.
Computoy and Williams Commerce are excited to announce the new introduction of barcode scanner compatibility to mSeller, a Customer Service Representative for the companies added, “mSeller is one of the best ecommerce sales applications on the market. In terms of functionality and usability we’re always working to make mSeller better, building on what we have and giving customers more of what they need from an ecommerce app. Barcode scanners are heavily used in the ordering of stock and products from other businesses, and by integrating them into mSeller, businesses can do more of what’s necessary through the same App, and won’t need to purchase more equipment to help with their business processes.”
Barcode scanners are used in many business processes, from ordering stock from a catalogue to being used in a warehouse to post out the right product. Williams Commerce and Computoy hope to improve the swiftness of business processes by integrating barcode scanners into their application.
MSeller is an ecommerce application built to help businesses optimise not only their sales, but the people driving those sales. Businesses benefit not only from the use of the latest technology such as the IPad Mini with mSeller, but also from a workforce with a growing technical knowledge and ability.
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Published On:February 25, 2013
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