NX-Trader is integrated with multiple accounting systems and global shippers to complete the sales process.
NX-Trader supports order types including sales, purchase, part exchange, rental and repair. It also manages stock allocation, and Return Merchandise Authorisation (RMA) processes for your customers and suppliers.
You can now run a modern, scalable solution that runs your key back-office operational and financial processes in the cloud or on-premise.
You may configure and licence NX-Trader to run on your local network or use our secure Cloud services to host your system. Trader will also take advantage of Microsoft Office tools including Office 365.
Trader when integrated with Nexus CRM delivers a real-time, all encompassing view of your customers, with a seamless information flow through your sales process from lead to opportunity, from order to delivery and from up sell to repair to returns.
Standard features are quotes, order management, commissions, sales forecasting and integrated finance and logistics capabilities.
Some of the additional benefits include comprehensive financial management reporting and revenue and billing organisation, along with inventory, supply chain and warehouse management that incorporates barcode technology. Trader is size and industry agnostic but was designed and developed for the broker and reseller market by experts from within that sphere. Get ready to innovate and grow.
Simple is better, don’t trip over yourself by running multiple, unconnected apps for CRM, inventory, orders, shipping, etc.
Allow NX-Trader to connect and streamline your key sales operations systems and provide customer purchase insight to enhance revenue growth and serve your customers better.
ServiceNow integrated into all event driven workflow
ServiceNow provides email integration capabilities, allowing users to create and update records within the platform through email interactions. This feature is particularly useful for users who prefer to submit requests or report issues via email instead of using the ServiceNow web interface.
Here’s an overview of ServiceNow’s email integration with NX Trader:
1. Inbound Email Actions: ServiceNow enables the configuration of inbound email actions to process incoming emails and automatically create or update records based on the content of those emails. You may configure rules that parse the subject, body, or attachments of an email and create incidents, tasks, or other record types accordingly.
2. Email Client Integration: ServiceNow supports email integration with popular email clients, such as Microsoft Outlook and Gmail. This integration allows users to interact with ServiceNow directly from their email client by converting emails into ServiceNow records.
3. Email Notification: ServiceNow can send email notifications to users or groups when specific events occur within the NX Trader. For example your workflow plan could be:
- Order Creation
- Order Authorization
- Stock Allocated to an Order
- Order Configuration Started
- Order Configuration Complete
- Order Packed
- Order Shipped
- Order Delivered (as part of your courier tracking)
Email templates can be customized to tailor the content and format of these notifications.
5. Outbound Email Integration: ServiceNow can also send outbound emails to external recipients. This feature is commonly used for notifications, approvals, and other types of communication. You can configure notifications to be sent automatically based on certain events or trigger them manually through workflows or business rules.
Label printing and tracking integrated into Trader events.
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is a technology that enables the wireless identification and tracking of objects using radio waves. It consists of tags, readers, and a backend system that processes the collected data.
Here’s an overview of how the RFID works:
1. RFID Tags: RFID tags are small electronic devices that contain an integrated circuit and an antenna. They come in various forms, including adhesive labels, cards, key fobs, and even embedded chips.
2. RFID Readers: RFID readers, also known as interrogators, are devices that transmit and receive radio signals to communicate with RFID tags. Readers emit radio waves in a specific frequency range and capture the responses from nearby tags. They can be fixed, handheld, or integrated into other devices like smartphones.
3. Backend System: The data collected by RFID readers is processed and managed in a backend system. This system includes a database, middleware, and software application that handle the received information. It enables users to access and analyse the collected data for various purposes.
4. RFID Operation: When an RFID tag comes within range of an RFID reader, the reader’s radio signal energizes the tag, enabling it to transmit its unique identification information (e.g., serial number) back to the reader. The reader captures this information and sends it to the backend system for processing.
5. NX Trader Integration:
5.1 Label printing when stock items are created
5.2 Updating the back-end system using API interfaces
- Stock Creation
- Stock Allocation / De-allocation
- Pallet / Location Movements
- Stock Shipments / Un-shipments
- Stock Returns