Once the stock arrives it must be efficiently distributed around the shops.

Goods received are integrated into a distribution system that produces barcode labels and individual distribution lists for each shop. As a result, turn around times between delivery and distribution is reduced with same day distribution possible in many cases.

Direct to store deliveries are also managed by pre-distribution delivery schedules included in the purchase orders.

One of the outputs of the sales recording system is a picking list for shop fill-ins. This ensures efficient distribution of excess units to shops where the stock is being sold.

The sales analysis system may also be used for redistribution of stock to stores where it is a better seller.

Markdown management and promotional pricing is used to alter the stock prices and notify the stores. Used correctly in conjunction with the sales analysis reports and stock movements, this system can help sell more stock at a higher price.