The DMS service is designed to improve the efficiency of data and documents in small and medium-sized e-commerce companies with a significant number of product names.
The main task of the service is to structure the business process and organize the storage of data and documents related to goods, suppliers, orders, logistics, etc., at the stages from searching for a product and a supplier to delivering goods to the warehouse, with the ability to access the desired document in a few clicks.
An additional task is to maximize the use of DMS as a data hub (ERP) by integrating with third-party product analytics systems on online market places, accounting, and logistics companies' systems.
Small and medium-sized businesses working in the field of e-commerce, looking for promising goods, purchasing them from a manufacturer or supplier, transporting goods from the supplier to the store's warehouse.
DMS can be the main or auxiliary tool for company employees, such as analysts, supplier relations managers, accountants, logistics managers, responsible purchasing managers, etc.
Subscription terms are initially based on the number of user licenses the customer has, the estimated number of customer products in the database, and a space in the cloud storage.
The alternative is flexible PAY-PER-USE billing based on the customer's infrastructure and Internet traffic charges. This option is more attractive for clients with significant seasonal changes in workload.