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Oyslans launches stock control app for iPhone

John Wood ·

Oyslans has launched Echo-hht, an IOS app that covers all stock control processes.

The app works on any iPad or iPhone and therefore removes the need for any investment in a hand-held terminal.

It has also been developed with active in-line sync technology, which means there is no need to connect the iPhone with the back office system. The app is integrated with Oyslans’ Echo-23 back office system, meaning Echo-23 is updated in real time.

According to Oyslans director Bala Kumaran, who owns a forecourt site in the Cotswolds, the Echo-htt makes management of items easy. He said: “In just a scan you can create or edit an item from anywhere. Once it is scanned by the app it will display all details about the item. If it is not available it will ask you to create the item. It will help the storekeeper to serve the customer better from the till, as they will have all the necessary details at their fingertips.”

When it comes to stock control, the user just has to scan an item and the app will provide the stock balance, and records can be updated with any stock purchases that are added.

Stock ordering can also be carried out by scanning the items that are required and the Echo-23 back office system will process the order.

020 8123 4497

oyslans.co.uk

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RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
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