Simple, easy to use, and highly rated, QuickBooks is often the go-to accounting application for small to medium sized businesses. Sustaining popularity nationwide since the early 2000’s, QuickBooks has established a reputation of the user-friendly accounting system.
In today’s on-demand market, the customer’s experience is as important as the products sold. Salesforce’s 2019 State Service Report found that as much as 80% of customers surveyed see their buying experience as a crucial deciding factor on whether or not they will return to any particular store.
Whether managing returned goods or recurrent rentals, a reverse logistics system requires adaptive visibility in order to recover maximum value. As a native application within Salesforce, Ascent Solutions is able to integrate full asset visibility within enterprise-ready devices, giving your workforce greater insight to returned goods. Partnering with Zebra Technologies, Ascent redefines reverse logistics efficiency with complete end-to-end solutions.
As your company grows, inventory grows as well, and Excel’s dependability becomes even more unreliable. Unable to handle the strain of the warehouse, Excel can do more harm than good as it opens your workflow to costly errors and time-consuming operations.
Combining the strength of Zebra’s Certified Printing Supplies with the unparalleled versatility of a cloud-based platform, Ascent Solutions introduces the benefits of color labeling within a cost-effective and easy-to-deploy solution. Give your labels greater functionality that extends beyond accurate tracking with Zebra’s custom labels.
You might have experienced the disappointment of attempting to buy an item only for it to be out-of-stock. Unfortunately, this experience is quite common. Business analysts at the IHL Group estimated retailers have lost as much as $144.9 billion due to stock shortage in North America alone.
As warehouse operations become more dynamic, the risk for inaccurate shipments also increases, costing businesses approximately $15 per returned package. That translates into nearly $1,500 spent for 100 mis-shipped orders.