Software for Garments Store

A Powerful Billing Software for Retail Garments Shop

Garments industry is one of the most vibrant industries with frequent changes, updates and fresh stocks comprising of various designs, colors, fabrics, and whatnot. Customers are allured by Promotions, Loyalty cards, Discounts, season end-sale, fresh arrivals which are to be managed in a profitable manner to allure your customers and make them visit again. A Retail Garment Software can help you attain the same without any overhead burdens.

We understand retail business and our readymade garment shop billing software RetailGraph will manage it all for you. It handles billing, accounting, request for the stock, managing suppliers, analyzing buying pattern, tracking customer history, Analyzing and deploying promotion schemes, discounts, inventory, multi quantity purchases, customer engagement through SMS, email and cards, sale manager wise performance report, incentives and much more.

Our product RetailGraph is a complete software for garment retail shop that offers small and mid-market retailers a complete point-of-sale solution that can be adapted to meet unique requirements of Garments retailers. This powerful software package automates POS processes and store operations, provides centralized control for multi-store and integrates with other popular applications. RetailGraph is based on most advanced; & proven Microsoft .Net Platform with SQL Server as backend & is capable to meet unique & changing retail needs.

RetailGraph works for Different Retail Garments Stores:

01. Mom-and-Pop

It is an individually owned and operated retail outlet, mostly family-run businesses focusing on the needs of the local community. They have a smaller product range. RetailGraph works as a Mom and Pop retail garment software.

02 Mass Discounters

Their main focus is on offering discount pricing and compared to other stores, they offer fewer services and lower quality products.

03 Warehouse Stores

As the name suggests, warehouse stores offer consumers with limited selection of products and may require membership cards before entering and giving bulk orders.

04 Category Killers

These retailers offer niches products and services to their customers. They specialize in a certain category and are best known for it. Nalli Sarees is an example of so-called "category killers"

05 Department Store

Usually these are general merchandisers offering mid-to-high quality products and strong level of services; however few retailers carry a more selective product line, for instance Indian Terrain.

06 Botique

They are best represented as small store carrying very specialized, selective and often high-end merchandise. For examples Ritu Kumar.

07 Catalog Retailers / Tailor-made Merchandise

They work specifically on your orders based on the selection of the material from the store or you come up with. They offer you a design catalog to choose from and they stitch it for you. Vaish and Grover are examples of tailors or catalog retailers.

08 e-tailers

Perhaps the most publicized retail model wherein the retailer sells via the Internet. This is the eCommerce revolution, wherein customer selects from the available options and orders it on the web. This cuts down the cost of maintaining products in-stock, and mostly works in order to order systems and operates through warehouses as they don't have retail outlets.

09 Franchise

As noted in the Distribution Decisions Tutorial, a franchise is a form of the contractual channel in which one party, the franchisor, controls the business activities of another party, the franchisee. Under these arrangements, an eligible franchisee agrees to pay for the right to use the franchisor's business methods and other important business aspects, such as the franchise name. For instance, McDonald’s is a well-known franchisor that allows individuals to use the McDonald’s name and methods to deliver food to consumers. Payment is usually in the form of a one-time, upfront franchise fee and also an on-going percentage of revenue. While the cost to the franchisee may be quite high, this form of retailing offers several advantages including:

1) allowing the franchisee to open a retail outlet that may already be known to local customers, and

2) being trained in how to operate the business, which may allow the franchisee to be successful much faster than if they attempted to start a business on their own.

For the franchisor, in addition to added revenue, the franchise model allows for faster expansion since funds needed to expand the business (e.g. acquiring retail space, local advertising) are often supported by the franchisee's up-front franchise fee.

10 Convenience Store

As the name implies these general merchandise retailers cater to offering customers easy purchase experience. Convenience is offered in many ways including through easily accessible store locations, small store size that allows for quick shopping, and fast checkout. The product selection offered by these retailers is very limited and pricing can be high. Therefore, a software for cloth shop is highly beneficial.

11 Vending

Within this category are automated methods for allowing consumers to make purchases and quickly acquire products. While most consumers are well aware of vending machines allowing customers to purchase smaller items, such as beverages and snack food, newer devices are entering the market containing more expensive and bulkier products. These systems require the vending machine to have either Internet or telecommunications access to permit purchase using credit cards.

Book a Free Demo now to see what RetailGraph can do for you as your in-house Retail Garment Store Software.

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