Electrical Products

With your margins under increasing pressure day by day, you need to work smarter and think faster than your competitors. You can’t do this without the right tools.

Improving customer service to build loyalty is a key factor, particularly trade and volume discounted pricing agreements and after-sales service.  And with inventory costs under the microscope, you need to look at stock optimisation – achieving the right mix from extensive and growing product ranges, taking into account seasonally adjusted sales forecasting.

Online competition is now a major factor, with some new entrants in the e-commerce space competing on price alone. To hold your place, you need e-commerce functionality capable of managing warranties, through-life costs, spare parts programmes and customer-specific pricing agreements. If you’re dealing with significant quantities of imported goods, landed costs management is also important.

We have experience in this sector and understand that different products can require different handling.

Customers

Read about some of the more than 10 customers using OneOffice in this sector…

Wattmaster – Distributor of electrical products to major Australian Wholesalers

Electric Centre – Distributor of electrical products throughout the UK with over 70 branches and 250,000 products.

Takbro – Distributors of small electrical component parts.

Bradshaws – Wholesale distribution of traditional electrical goods

Routeco – Electrical and Electronic equipment distribution.

Aerco – Pan-European distribution of electrical components and cable accessories.

Industry Focus

The Electrical Products Sector is part of our Industry Focus programme.



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