SAP Direct Store Delivery
SAP Direct Store Delivery is a mobile application used to serve the process of direct distribution
of goods to the end customer. It is designed to help the work of your employees, providing them with
information of the planned supply routes and customer visits in real time,
information of each customer
along the supply route and the planned activities, information of stock levels and prices of products, costs, etc.
How does SAP
Direct Store Delivery help your business?
- - It assists the activities of marketing
and sales, including pricing, promotions and collection of payments;
- - It supports
the creation of orders and delivery planning;
- - It optimizes
supply routes and arrangement of items in the vehicle;
- - It assistsyour employees to react more quickly to
changes in orders without increasing delivery costs;
- - It
reduces the document flow;
- - It
- - It
helps you do monitoring activities and optimize costs more efficiently.
The management of SAP Direct Store
Delivery is intuitive, the
access to the necessary information is facilitated to a maximum extent. Through the SAP Mobile
Platform, the DSDapplication
connects to the SAP ERP modules of your existing system in real time. The architecture also allows
connection to SAP CRM,
as well as to the Windows Mobile devicesthrough SAP Afaria. The renewed information (during the supply
route) is sent from the mobile device to these systems after the tour is marked
SAP Direct Store Delivery allows definition of the access
level of each user, as
the roles can be divided strictly orbe combined according tothe
necessities of your business.
- Possibility to set the route,set the sequence
of customers in it, set
the driver and vehiclefor the
for vehicle space optimization (to use it in the Direct Store Delivery component, an optimization
algorithm from a third-party vendor must be integrated);
for route accounting (offline
processing of documents and payments, defined in the ERP system).
before the start of the tour, for example, technical checks;
- Checking, reordering andadding new visits even after the
route is already confirmed;
activities for each visit – including delivering orders or receiving new orders;
customer data, for
example why a certain delivery is not performed;
new order and comparing it with stock availability;
deliveries with the option for the return and collection of empty packages;
data in the CRM system.