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OBOPAY, the global financial technology company providing enterprise solutions for Telcos, BFSIs and companies with a dominant supply chain focus, today announced that the company has launched a distribution management system, an end to end state of the art SaaS solution for the entire distribution channel of an organization.
The distribution management system has been deployed for large Distribution / FMCG companies along with some mid-scale firms such as Manna Health Foods in Chennai, Agronic Food Inc in Mumbai, Brownie Cottage in Mumbai, Pee Safe in Delhi, Unicharm India Pvt. Ltd. and EcoBrisk in Kolkata. The distribution management system which offers the convenience of being hosted on cloud will enable the distributor to manage his entire supply chain hierarchy through his individual DMS portal and the companies to access all the reports through the portal.
Using the DMS, the distributor teams will be able to manage end-to-end visibility of the cash flow along with a well-managed trade scheme. The retailers and distribution sales representatives will conduct business through the DMS apps. Multiple benefits of the DMS include better returns for the distributors and retailers, reduction of distribution leakages, ease in handling returns and refunds for distributors, etc.
Commenting on the development, Shailendra Naidu, CEO, OBOPAY, said “OBOPAY’s Distribution Management System, is a simple, easy to use solution, which allows users to manage all the tasks through an ultra-light “APP” and a feature rich “Portal”. The DMS is uniquely poised to facilitate the payments. For organizations, the distribution management system is capable of handling the inventory and order management, hierarchy management, product and price management, returns management etc. The DMS will also help in receiving and initiating payments, receiving order and payments along with giving end to end visibility of all processes and reports.”