Retalix PowerWarehouse Release 6 represents more than 10,000 man-hours of development, quality assurance and consulting expertise
DALLAS (PRWEB) October 24, 2007
Retalix PowerWarehouse is specifically designed for route-based, multi-stop food distributors seeking higher operational efficiencies and improved customer service. New features in Release 6 allow better visibility throughout the process, increased flexibility and controls in the set-up, and easier navigational flows in the modules.
Retalix PowerWarehouse 6.0 provides:
-- flexibility in its productivity standards configuration. The more than 50 elements of engineering time standards are now user defined to align with actual class of trade and end-user workflows to improve measurement reporting and audit efficiencies.
-- enhanced navigational capabilities. Every menu option has been re-engineered to enable fewer screens to view and execute the same task. Utility tools have been added to simplify and quicken help desk-related actions.
-- enhanced voice application capabilities. Voice loading is available and the framework for future voice applications such as voice cycle counting has also been engineered into this release.
-- enhanced reporting capabilities. Users will find it easier and faster to access data with improved menu screens navigation and new drill-down capabilities.
In short, Retalix Power Warehouse 6.0 will enable more efficient food warehouse operations, regardless of trade, with less need for customization.
"Retalix PowerWarehouse Release 6 represents more than 10,000 man-hours of development, quality assurance and consulting expertise," said Ray Carlin, executive vice president of Retalix USA. "It enables our customers to run their operations more productively and make life easier for their employees. This major release also demonstrates our continued commitment to invest in and add innovative new features to our current supply chain platforms."
Retalix customers can learn more about the features and benefits of PowerWarehouse during presentations and demonstrations at the company's upcoming 2007 Global Synergy Conference, to be held October 28-30 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas, Texas.
Current PowerWarehouse customers under maintenance agreements will receive the new release free of charge.
Retalix is an independent provider of software solutions to retailers and distributors worldwide. With over 40,000 sites installed across more than 50 countries, Retalix solutions serve the needs of grocery chains, convenience and fuel retailers, food and consumer goods distributors and independent grocers. The Company offers a portfolio of software applications that automate and synchronize essential retail and supply chain operations, encompassing stores, headquarters and warehouses. Retalix develops and supports its software through 1,500 employees in its various subsidiaries and offices worldwide. The company's International headquarters are located in Ra'anana, Israel, and its American headquarters are located in Dallas, Texas. For more information about Retalix, please visit http://www.retalix.com.
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