MISAP is integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software, which is Powered by SAP B1. It is a value bundle pack of SAP B1-Financial & Web based ERP to strengthen the features of SAP B1, which fulfil the requirement of the under mention industries
MiSAP is an ERP which covers all the business process of an organisation to run the day to day business.First time in India, SAP has tie up with an OEM agreement with CBS to provide value pack ERP solution, especially for mini & micro SME’S & also it is fully customizable to meet the dynamic requirement of industry.”
CBS logistic management system & SAP B1 finance module are integrated in a single bundle product, which is named as MiSAP.
It atomises all the business functions of an organisation with a powerful MIS system for the management.It has inbuilt alerts & messaging system.
Point of Sales
The place where sales are made. On a macro level, a point of sale may be a mall, market or city. On a micro-level, retailers consider a point of sale to be the area surrounding the counter where customers pay.
The point of sale for products and services is an important focus for marketers, because consumers tend to make purchasing decisions on very high-margin products or services at these strategic locations. Points of sale may be real, as in the case of a “brick and mortar” store, or virtual, as in the case of an electronic retailer that sells goods and services over the internet.Point of sale (also called POS or checkout, during computerization later becoming electronic point of sale or EPOS) is the place where a retail transaction is completed. It is the point at which a customer makes a payment to the merchant in exchange for goods or services. At the point of sale the retailer would calculate the amount owed by the customer and provide options for the customer to make payment. The merchant will also normally issue a receipt for the transaction.
You can maintain a sales history to help adjust your buying decisions for seasonal purchasing trends.
You can analyze sales data, figure out how well all the items on your shelves sell, and adjust purchasing levels accordingly.
You can improve pricing accuracy by integrating bar-code scanners and credit card authorization ability with the POS system.