NewVision Advanced Features
NewVision Advanced Distribution is fully integrated with all NewVision modules and has the same capabilities: client/server, ODBC compliance, industry-standard reporting and analysis tools. While NewVision Advanced Distribution uses the same proven set of transactions that NewVision has always used, it adds a higher level of distribution functionality that today’s distribution organizations require.
NewVision Advanced Distribution addresses three main business issues:
Although each of these areas has their own unique set of requirements, they are designed to function together as one. This level of integration provides you with the tools to increase customer service, reduce your investment in inventory, and more efficiently manage the physical handling of inventory.
NewVision General Ledger
NewVision General Ledger is the central functional area in NewVision software - it is totally integrated with all other functional areas. All general ledger entries are recorded here, and there are multiple facilities for both internal and external analysis. You can produce financial statements- Income Statement, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flow - all following FASB 95 standards. Throughout NewVision Software, department and project codes can be
used to indicate the profit center for financial reporting. Within the general
ledger, these profit center dimensions can be combined on screen or in reports
to provide summarized information or a side-by-side comparison of profit
This feature lets you assign budget transactions to each general ledger
account in the chart of accounts. For each account, you can assign budgets on a
daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly or annual basis. You can also assign budgets
by user-defined accounting periods. There is no limit to the number of budgets
you can create. Plus, budgets can be created for any number of years into the
future. Alternative budgets and revisions of budgets are included. General
ledger reports and query screens, where applicable, include budget numbers for
This feature allows you to consolidate both domestic or foreign subsidiaries. Different chart of accounts structures can be consolidated into a merged or parent company in a NewVision database. NewVision handles consolidations on a departmental basis, as well as on a project basis. NewVision also handles partial ownerships, different fiscal years and exchange rate issues for foreign subsidiaries.
Powerful Account Schedules provide you with the ability to design
custom financial statements, including user-defined row & column layouts.
Additionally, account schedules provide the ability to dynamically view the
information on screen with full drill-down and OLAP functionality.
This feature lets you allocate recurring transactions to different general
ledger accounts, departments, and projects. You can distribute allocations based on percentages, usage, or by specific amounts. You can use allocation
transactions in the sales and purchases journals.
Cash Management-Bank Account Management
Bank Account Management allows for tracking of monetary accounts at
financial institutions. Balances are maintained in both a local currency and in
dollars. Cash receipt and payment transactions are tracked by bank account.
Cash Management-Check Writing
Payroll and Accounts Payable disbursements can be made by printed checks.
Controls are in place for check number tracking and voiding checks that do not
print property. This granule allows for printing manual checks as well as
computer generated checks.
Departments and Projects
Departments and Projects add two additional dimensions to the General
Ledger and to any of the other ledgers in NewVision Software. You can assign
department and project codes to each transaction that involves a general ledger
account, customer, vendor, inventory item, resource, or job.
NewVision Sales & Receivables
NewVision Accounts Receivable offers customer management with the ability to automate every aspect of your customer relationship. The Sales & Receivables functional areas have facilities for complete customer and sales management - even in an international environment. Sales & Receivables also provides customer aging, sales statistics, and other summary or detailed reporting on customers.
Multiple Pricing Methods
Unlimited Number of Ship-To Addresses
Sales Orders, Quotes, and Blanket Orders
Create a Quote from a previous Sales Order
Quickly turn a Quote into a Sales Order
Create a Sales Order from a previous Sales Order
Drop Shipments can automatically create a Purchase Order
Unlimited Number of Jurisdictions for Sales Taxes
Item Cross Reference (customer, manufacturer, etc.)
Non-Stock Item Processing
Customer Returns Authorization
Delivery Performance Information
Order Management is a full-featured order entry system that automates the entire sales process, including quotes, blanket orders, sales orders, shipments, and back orders. For example, you can create a quote based on a previous sales document and quickly turn a quote into a sales order. You can also copy details from either posted or unposted orders, shipments, or invoices.
Customer Returns Authorization offers a central location in the system to enter all of the information necessary to facilitate proper handling of inventory returned by a customer. It provides functionality to automatically generate the appropriate documents to adjust customer and vendor balances, account for extraneous costs, and to adjust inventory quantities. The item can be recorded as returned to inventory or it can be disposed of upon receipt. If returned to inventory, it may be flagged as defective or as available for resale.
Item Cross Reference offers a quick means for you to identify exactly what items a customer is ordering based upon item numbers other than your own internal number. It allows for cross reference of customer, vendor, manufacturer, and universal product code (UPC) numbers. It is also possible to set up special pricing with the item cross reference information.
Item Substitutions allows the user to link items with the same or similar characteristics. This allows you to offer alternative items to customers to avoid losing sales as a result of inventory outages or to provide a service to the customer in offering low cost alternatives.
Non-stock Item Processing allows you to offer your customers items which are not carried as part of normal inventory, but are ordered directly from its supplier. The items are treated within the system similar to normal items, but are tracked as non-stocked items. An option exists, on non-stock items, to create the purchase order directly from the sales order form.
Contract Pricing provides a means by which special pricing contracts can be established for both customers and vendors. These contracts are used to determine alternative pricing for certain specified inventory items.
Contract pricing also supports seasonal contract pricing. In other words, if special pricing is offered to a customer or groups of customers every year effective on a particular date for a specific period of time, the contract can be set up to be effective each year during that time span. NewVision Human Resources & Payroll
NewVision offers you a complete Human Resources and Payroll System that is an integral part of the NewVision family of products. It is designed to be fully integrated with the NewVision General Ledger and Accounts Payable.
Basic Payroll and Payroll Calculation give you the functionality to maintain employee information, print reports, W2s and other required reports, do automatic pay calculations including salary, hourly, and vacation and sick time. It will also perform automatic deductions and contributions including taxes and withholding, insurance, 401K, Section 125, garnishments, and loans. Pay Control lets you determine what kind of payroll information is kept, how it is categorized, how it appears on government required forms and paychecks, and how it is posted.
Complete employee records
Absence tracking with reason codes
Multiple addresses for employee
Separate confidential information
Equipment issuance tracking
Computer and Manual Paychecks
Split Hours across departments
Control Schedule provides you with the ability to design special reports and format data to fit required governmental reports.
Direct Deposit allows you to create a payroll run where a portion or all of the transactions that are recorded are electronic in nature and result in direct deposit of all or a portion of the employee’s checks to the bank.
Human Resources adds personnel management functionality to NewVision, built around a central repository of employee information. A complete information file for each employee centers around an employee card where you record various information. This record can include information about employee contracts, a user-defined table of qualification codes, as well as a generic grouping code that you can use to categorize by any criteria.
Human Resources also provides for multiple addresses for employees, absence tracking with reason codes, equipment issuance tracking, and a separate table for confidential information.
NewVision Purchases & Payables
Purchase Order automates the entire purchasing process, including quotes, blanket orders, purchase orders, receipts and back orders. You can create quotes based on other purchase documents and turn a quote into an order. You can copy details from either posted or un-posted orders, receipts, or invoices. When integrated with Inventory, expected receipts of items are recorded on-line. You can post orders individually or in batches.
Accounts Payable lets you keep detailed records for payables based on a vendor table and a vendor ledger. Transactions such as purchases and payments are recorded through the purchase journal and the payment journal. Every transaction is automatically recorded in the general ledger. Accounts Payable provides vendor aging, purchase statistics, summary or detailed reporting on vendors and a payments feature that automatically suggests payments.
NewVision Fixed Assets
Fixed Assets in NewVision saves you time and frees you to focus on your business. It allows you to:
Gain an immediate overview of your fixed assets
Improve the management of fixed asset maintenance
Improve the overall handling of insurance policies for fixed assets
NewVision gives you a real-time, accurate overview of all your fixed assets. You always know the book value and accumulated depreciation of your assets. You can integrate Fixed Assets with other NewVision application areas, such as General Ledger and Purchases and Payables, to reduce data entry errors and easily reconcile fixed assets entries and postings.
Fixed Assets in NewVision makes it easy for you to control the maintenance of all your fixed assets, too. Keep track of maintenance schedules and costs, budget for upcoming maintenance costs and monitor the value of your fixed assets. Find out whether an asset costs more to maintain than it’s worth or whether it should be renewed.
NewVision Action Desk
As a distributor, the entry of orders and the management of those orders is one of the most important and time consuming activities that you are involved in. Your business is judged by your customers on a daily basis by how efficiently their orders are handled and how quickly they can get information on order follow-up.
NewVision’s Action Desk provides you with a single input point for quotes and orders that puts the information you need just a click away. Critical information is automatically displayed on the screen as you enter a line item. You know immediately if you have sufficient stock, where it’s located, whether you have it on order, and if you have ever sold this item to this customer. Need more information? Simply drill down for the details.
With one keystroke, you can check the customer’s complete history or a listing of the last purchase occurrence of each item purchased. Check outstanding quotes and orders from the screen and the status of those orders. Need to add comments to the order or quote? Simply enter the comments in free form and indicate what documents to print it on.
Convert the worksheet to an order or a quote with one keystroke. Easy, fast and efficient! Action Desk uses all the Microsoft commands so your personnel will be comfortable using the screen. Context sensitive help is available throughout NewVision.
NewVision Inventory Control and Management
NewVision Inventory maintains detailed records of purchases, sales, and adjustment transactions. With the interaction of Sales Order and Purchase Order, it becomes a complete inventory management system with availability controls that let you schedule each sales and purchase transaction so that inventory arrives when you need it and not before.
Basic inventory also allows you to manage your inventory on-hand levels. Suggested reordering can be based on min/max quantities, and also supports reordering in specific increments. Unit of measure functionality provides the ability to track different units of measure for each inventory item. For example, items can be purchased in containers, stored in pieces, and sold in boxes. Item Reservations functionality allows the user to reserve specific items for a sales order. Items may be reserved from inventory stock, from purchase orders, or from inventory requisitions. Item variants bring an added dimension to the inventory system. This functionality allows an item to be defined in different ways, such as color, shape, or size.
Maintains detailed records of purchases, sales and adjustments
Inventory values based on LIFO, FIFO, Average, Specific, or Standard Cost
Multiple units of measure
Unlimited number of Vendors per item
Kitting through Bill of Materials
Bill of Materials
You can use the Bill of Material feature as a simple kitting feature for sales and purchase orders, or you can use it to produce finished goods from raw materials through a production journal. Bill of Materials can be defined to any level, and NewVision includes features that allow on-line navigation through the Bill of Materials or through the Where-Used windows. Single-level explosions are provided on reports for net requirements analysis and availability planning.
Basic Shipping & Receiving
Basic Shipping & Receiving is the base for warehouse management. It provides basic functionality to assist warehouse personnel in the processes of picking inventory for order fulfillment, shipping of the order, and in recording the receipt of inventory.
Usage-based Procurement offers functionality to assist the distributor in making decisions about when to purchase inventory and how much inventory to purchase and carry at a time. It does provide for inventory replenishment through economic order quantity or item class. Based on the Gordon Graham business model, this feature can help to drastically improve your profitability by reducing, if not eliminating, excessive inventory.
As part of the picking feature, a report is provided which helps warehouse personnel identify opportunities to cross dock items. With cross docking, it is possible to pick inventory that is in the receiving area of the warehouse before it has been put away. This can prevent unnecessary trips to distant locations in the warehouse while picking inventory for shipment.
Location Transfers provides a means to effectively track inventory as it is being moved from one warehouse location to another. It helps to improve your ability to account for inventory while it is in-transit and to account for its cost.
NewVision Warehouse Management
NewVision Warehouse Management includes a comprehensive suite of functionality to assist you in improving the overall efficiency of your warehouse operations.
This functionality is broken down into the following four components:
Directed inventory put-away
Directed inventory picking
Packing and containerization
Warehouse physical inventory
Directed Inventory Put-Away
As inventory is received, determining the correct location for placement is difficult in many large warehouses. As distributors grow and inventories become larger, this process becomes increasingly complicated and difficult to manage. Often, the result is that inventory is placed into warehouse locations that make it difficult to pick during order fulfillment. In extreme cases, inventory can even become lost.
The directed inventory put-away functionality provides advice to warehouse personnel as to which zones and bins are available for use and which bins should be used. This advice is based upon certain information that warehouse personnel provide about the warehouse facility and the inventory.
Specifically, it is possible for the user to indicate special requirements for certain items. These requirements are considered each time the system offers inventory put-away advice. For example, if certain items can only be placed in large areas of the warehouse, it’s possible to indicate during the set up of those items the specific areas that can be used. When the system offers put-away advice for these items, it will only consider those areas of the warehouse that the user has indicated as adequate to handle the inventory. Similarly, if special equipment is needed to move the inventory (such as a forklift), the system will advise warehouse personnel of the requirement.
It is also possible to establish fixed bins for certain items. Many distributors use fixed bins to assure that high-turnover inventory remains easily accessible. The user can specify that certain bins are fixed so that the system will place only the appropriate inventory into a fixed bin.
Directed Inventory Picking
In large warehouses, it is difficult to determine the most efficient way to select or pick inventory for shipment. In many systems, the only information available is the quantity of an item in each bin location. However, there may be optimum ways in which items are picked. The optimum picking method is relative to the business.
Common picking methods supported in Warehouse Management include…
Pick by order — or picking all items for an individual order. For example, a warehouse employee is given a specific order to pick. He or she would pick all the items on that order and deliver them to the shipment area before picking for another order. This form of picking is typically used by businesses that have quick order turnaround policies.
Pick to tote — or picking items for multiple orders in a single pass through the warehouse. For example, a warehouse employee may be given a number of orders for which to pick items. This employee would pick the items for all orders in the sequence in which they are stored in the warehouse. These items would then be delivered to the shipment area for packing and shipping.
Wave picking — or picking specific items for multiple orders within an item category or warehouse location. For example, a warehouse employee may be given specific items to pick for a number of different orders. Another employee may be given other items to pick for the same orders. These employees would bring these items back to the shipment staging area to be sorted and assembled by order for packing and shipping.
The directed picking functionality fully supports item cross docking as well. As mentioned previously, cross-docking allows warehouse personnel to pick items from the put-away staging area; thus, avoiding unnecessary inventory movement in the warehouse.
Additionally, pick interleaving is supported. As its name implies, pick interleaving combines the processes of item put-away with picking. It minimizes efforts by directing items within a given zone to be put-away while other items within that zone are being picked.
Packing and Containerization
For most businesses, shipments are made by placing the ordered items into containers of one form or another. Such containers might include simple boxes, pallets, truck containers, or even shipping modules.
If more than a single unit of an item is placed into such a container, it is necessary that the contents of the container be recorded and tracked for shipment. This information is especially useful when errors occur during shipment or if an advanced shipping notice is being sent to the customer.
The Packing and Containerization functionality will allow a company to specify at the time of packing, exactly what items are placed into a container. When the packing is complete, the system then contains the detailed contents and weight of each container. By determining the weight of the container, personnel in shipping can compare the expected weight with the actual weight to identify potential packing errors.
Warehouse Physical Inventory
The physical inventory functionality is similar to standard NewVision Physical Inventory except that it utilizes a Warehouse Physical Inventory journal that counts the quantities in bins rather than simply counting quantities at the item level. This functionality can be used to perform a complete physical inventory or to perform cycle counting by breaking down the entire physical inventory count into small manageable tasks. For example, the user might decide to initiate a cycle count based upon…
Total locations, divided by the number of days to count
Transaction volume — high turnover items might need counting more often to assure accurate tracking.
Item categories — for example, high priced items may be counted more often than low priced items.
Bar Coding Devices
NewVision Software fully supports the use of hand-held bar coding devices by providing an interface to radio frequency devices. This interface allows the use of hand-held devices for the picking, put-away, and physical inventory functions, components of warehouse management.
Additionally, internal bar codes can be printed. These bar codes can be printed on item labels, bin labels, physical inventory worksheets, and other relevant reports.
NewVision Easy Ship Plus
NewVision Easy Ship Plus integrates the entire packing and shipping function within the NewVision database. Because Easy Ship is an integral part of the NewVision software it can easily:
Shop rates at Sales Order entry time thus allowing you to quote the shipping cost to your customer up front.
Capture package level detail using our unique Scan Only packing operation.
Interface with Scales and Barcode printers for shipping labels.
Automatically calculate the cost and price of the container for COD and Insurance purposes.
Compare the expected contents weight with the actual weight of the package thus preventing shipping errors.
Update the sales order with the appropriate freight charges. For example, the customer qualifies for free UPS Ground but expedites a package and is charged the difference between the expedited charge and UPS Ground.
Use either G/L Accounts or Resources to post freight charges to a sales order.
Track the cost of shipping by Shipping Agent and Service versus the amount charged to the customer.
Track packages using the Internet websites of various Shipping Agents.
Easy Ship Plus offers a variety of manifest options to provide authorized manifest reports or electronic interfaces to Shipping Agents where available. The following manifests are available:
NewVision Business Intelligence - Data Warehousing
Business Intelligence allows companies to centralize data for quick and easy analysis - thereby providing the opportunity to make better business decisions by intelligently using corporate information.
By means of Business Intelligence software, managers and key personnel can analyze all crucial information right at their own desktop or via the web without affecting the original data sources.
NewVision Service Management
Customer profiles in NewVision help you keep track of the changing needs of each customer. Customer contracts, warranty and service information is immediately available, saving customers the frustration of repeating information over and over again. You can even offer your customers the opportunity to specify preferred technicians and service times. Respond to customer needs quickly and exceed customer expectations with highly personalized service.
NewVision also helps you control costs. Pinpoint the out-of-date, defective and unnecessarily expensive parts and service items in your inventory at a glance. More importantly, identify your most cost-effective parts and service items, as well as the hidden costs that may be affecting your operations.
NewVision for manufacturing gives you the adaptability you need to take advantage of new revenue opportunities. It allows you to:
Improve business performance from shop floor to bottom line
Provide more responsive customer service
Take advantage of new revenue opportunities
NewVision for manufacturing allows you to instantly change manufacturing methods and processes, helping you to keep up with changing customer needs. Modify components and operations on-the-fly, even on released production orders. Implement realistic plans according to your capacity demands, and redefine order modifiers, re-order policies, capacity, calendars, and manufacturing policy options.
Being able to respond quickly to customers gives you a competitive advantage. NewVision for manufacturing provides visibility into all aspects of your manufacturing processes and makes it easy to respond to emergencies immediately because they are easy to spot, track and act upon. When customers know that you can answer any question about an order at any given time, they will continue to do business with you.
NewVision Customer Relationship Management
Relationship Management offers powerful direct marketing and sales management features. As part of an integrated NewVision solution, Relationship Management lets you gather all relevant information about customers, prospects and vendors in one place. By integrating this information, you can more easily generate repeat business from your existing customer base, as well as target potential new customers.
Relationship Management integrates completely with customer and vendor information. Prospects can easily be set up as customers or vendors without re-entering information. Integration also makes it possible to select target groups based on their sales history and to measure the actual sales results of a marketing campaign. You can also compare these results with the buying habits of a reference market segment.
With the help of NewVision Dataport, you can import and update prospects from external databases such as those from mailing list brokers. This allows you to easily broaden the scope of your marketing database as needed.
Contact Management, as an integrated part of the accounting and business management functionality of NewVision, is a unique tool for guiding the sales and marketing process.
NewVision EDI has been designed as a set of tools that provide the user with a maximum amount of flexibility when dealing with trading partners. These tools can be used to map any NewVision data element to an ANSI X12 standard. Once the mapping is in place, the Transaction Management tools allow the user to easily manage the day-to-day process of conducting electronic commerce.
If EDI is based on a set of ANSI standards why is it so difficult to integrate into most business systems?
Business systems are as diverse and varied as their names and origins indicate. The EDI ANSI X12 standard is an attempt to provide a common intermediate format in which to conduct electronic commerce between trading partners. The interpretation and use of the data elements within these standards is left up to the EDI standards committee in each industry and further modified by the individual trading partners. For example the electronics industry has a different set of requirements than does the retail distribution industry. This is further complicated by the requirements of each trading partner’s business system.
Historically software providers have provided a hard coded custom solution to EDI which in turn is rigid and expensive to maintain and modify. A more modern approach is to provide this same rigid interface and use an EDI software vendor’s logical mapping tool to complete the link. The problem with this solution is that the EDI mapping tool can only map and pass along data that is provided to it through the traditional rigid interface.
Our approach to EDI is to provide a single mapping tool that maps any NewVision data element to any EDI data element without the requirement of programming. This tool is further augmented by the addition of specific trading partner packages that include already mapped transactions for major trading partners. These maps are templates that can easily be modified and maintained as the trading partners requirements change.
If it is that simple why doesn’t every software provider take this approach?
NewVision’s unique development and operational environment makes this logical mapping approach possible. For example, when a new field is required by one of your trading partners you have two options:
Add the field to NewVision and change the logical EDI map to recognize it.
Change the EDI map to recognize an EDI virtual field which is held in the EDI transaction database. This field can be viewed and updated from within NewVision and mapped to an outgoing transaction where needed. Obviously this approach keeps your database modification to a minimum.
All this sounds great but all I want is to get EDI up an going as quickly as possible?
The NewVision EDI solution is designed to provide a maximum amount of flexibility as well as a turn key approach. We provide a range of services that include the following:
Consulting with you and your trading partners to understand which EDI standards are appropriate
Recommending the best way to set up NewVision to accommodate your trading partners processing. (Sometimes a trading partner’s requirements dictates how an Item or Customer is set up within NewVision.)
Mapping and testing the EDI transaction with your trading partner. (In some cases a fully tested Trading Partner Package is already available.)
Consider the following NewVision advantages:
Logical Mapping allows you to map any NewVision field to any EDI transaction without complicated and time consuming programming. Using the
concept you can receive any EDI element, view, edit, hold it in the EDI
transaction database, and map it to an output transaction without adding it to
your NewVision database. With
Transaction Management the user can easily view, process, and track both incoming and outgoing EDI transactions.
EDI is flexible, quick to implement, and easy to maintain which translates into better relations with your trading partners and a lower cost per transaction to you.
NewVision’s eConnect module gives you the tools you need to compete in today’s rapidly expanding e-Commerce environment. EConnect is integrated with the other NewVision modules to give you a complete seamless interface for your business-to-business and business to consumer requirements.
Order On Line
Your customer or prospect can access your inventory products several ways. EConnect will display the requested item(s). Displaying quantities available per item is an option.
Additional information, such as pictures and specifications, can be accessed from each item. Ordering items is simple and straightforward, simply enter the quantity desired and add the item to the order. A running dollar total of the order is maintained. Based on the login and password the order is priced at the customer’s special price. The selected items and quantities on the order form can be viewed at any time and when the order is complete, submitted for processing.
A login and password are required to enter the system. Only those authorized with a login and password can access order entry, pricing and other customer sensitive data. The customer only sees information associated with their ID.
The customer can store multiple favorite orders. By going into order entry, the customer can call up and submit a favorite order without having to re-key the information. Favorite orders can be modified on a one-time basis.
Accounts Receivable Status
Based on the login and password, the system will present the customer’s Accounts Receivable Aging. The customer can also drill down to the individual transactions that make up the aging.
The customer can access shipment information to determine the status of previously placed orders. This allows the customer to determine if and when an item was shipped and the tracking number for tracing the shipment.
The customer can make changes to their demographic information on billing and ship-to records.
Your customer/prospect can use credit cards for purchases. Credit is authorized on-line before the purchase transaction is approved.
NewVision Mobile Solutions
Mobile solutions help
your employees, suppliers, and customers make better time-sensitive decisions.
Provide immediate access to any information, no matter where it’s needed.
Help your employees and suppliers respond instantly to rapidly changing
Provide better field service.
Immediate Access to Any Information
Wireless Internet access has become a major focus area for analysts,
software vendors and other Internet and telephony experts. There are as many
opinions as there are authorities, but the one thing thought-leaders do agree on is that mobility matters. Mobile-business (m-business) is here to stay.
A mobile solution allows users to access information instantly via a handheld wireless device, such as a mobile phone. The right mobile solution can improve the way a business functions beyond the walls of the company. It can make it easier to deal with the rapid pace of the e-business world, and it can improve service. However, a mobile solution that is right for one company is not necessarily right for another.
Mobile solutions for NewVision software are customized to meet each company’s
unique business requirements. Any field or table in your NewVision solution can
be displayed in a wireless application such as a cell phone or Palm Pilot. And
any element of business logic (how you calculate availability, for example) can
be transferred to a WAP. That means that you have immediate access to any
information, no matter where it’s needed.
Respond to Rapidly Changing Business Conditions
Mobile business solutions for NewVision can increase the efficiency and
responsiveness of employees. No matter where they work, they’ll have access to
the critical information they need to make smart decisions on the spot.
No matter where in the world they may work, managers will always be fully
updated on what is going on in the company. Did that order go through? What is
the cash balance? What are the sales figures for Malaysia? Simply consult your
From outside of the office, your employees can access contact information,
review their calendar, respond to e-mail and book courses. Moreover, you can
make entering time sheets and expense reports easy and efficient by empowering
employees to do it from a mobile device.
Provide Superior Field Service
M-business enables your employees to focus their efforts on where the real
value is created: at the customer sites. A mobile solution for NewVision
software will make your organization more responsive to customers and vendors.
Shopping from handheld devices will explode in the next two years. Analysts
predict huge growth in mobile commerce. You can be among the first to let your
customers serve themselves by logging in, browsing catalogs, submitting orders,
tracking orders and making payments - all from their handheld devices.
Your customer service will improve as sales people gain mobile access to
information about catalogs, inventory, promotions, discounts, reservations,
orders, customer and vendor cards and statistics.
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