Hardware Retailer Easily Manages: Multi-Store Inventory, Suppliers, Web Orders, Customers & Corporate Billing
New Heights Supply is a hardware retailer with 20 stores & eCommerce. With Celerant’s software, they can sell from any store; move inventory between stores; import products from supplier catalogs (i.e., Orgill, Emery Jenson); manage corporate billing; and offer online invoice payments. Celerant created and integrated their eCommerce with the POS, allowing them to mange their entire business in real-time.
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Make sales in the showroom with mobile POS
With Celerant’s mobile point of sale, you can assist customers anywhere in your hardware store or sidewalk sales. Our system allows you to look up prices, access inventory levels, process sales with EMV chip card readers, accept returns, put sales on hold, incentivize contractors with loyalty rewards, offer gift receipts, accept gift cards, create layaways and more.
Launch & promote a hardware eCommerce site
Launch an eCommerce site that operates seamlessly with your hardware/paint store. Easily create pages using drag-and-drop features, post items and have orders flow right into your retail system. Expand online sales by integrating with online marketplaces (i.e., Amazon, Walmart) or by sending personalized email marketing campaigns to customers based on past purchases and preferences.
“One of the key benefits of the vendor integration is that I have my vendors and big suppliers, such as Orgill, and can import their catalog into our system, and orders are able to be imported on a weekly basis- which saves me at least 10-20 hours a week. Another feature which is crucial to our business is corporate billing; with Stratus, I am able to email them their statement and their invoices with signature. With our new website, they will be able to go into their portal and pay online. Now our business will be able to go even further than we have grown so far. After using Celerant for close to 15 years, I wouldn’t start a new hardware store without Celerant.”