Autoidea PowerDrive for Apparel Retailers with CRM is designed specifically for Apparel Retailers only. It’s very easy to add & change a style, view stock and buy stock based on style matrix with colour & size. When you scan a barcode, it will save transaction details and deduct stock immediately. Every transaction is recorded with a unique number and can be traced back in many ways. Autoidea PowerDrive is fully integrated with barcode scanners, cash drawers, docket printers and even security cameras. You can record every activity with customers in Autoidea PowerDrive. You can set recurrence for an activity, If recurrence is not once off, the scheduled activity will be created automatically after you complete the current activity. You should follow that scheduled activity. You can search Scheduled But Not Followed Activities. You can send mass emails with duplicated email address check from Autoidea PowerDrive via Gmail, MSN Mail or Yahoo Mail. You can send mass SMS messages with duplicated mobile number check from Autoidea PowerDrive via Clickatell. Autoidea PowerDrive covers Sales, Inventory, Purchasing, Receivable, Payable, Payroll and CRM. It can be used with accurate user access rights control. If a user cannot access a particular menu item or toolbar button, this menu item or toolbar button will be invisible for the user. Furthermore, any elements in any screens can be controlled in many ways, e.g., visible, enabled and read only. The database engine in PowerDrive is very fast. It can easily handle millions of records. If you have any further special requirements, Autoidea PowerDrive can be deeply customized.
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