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Welcome to The Next Generation OPIS!

Online POS, Inventory and Sales [OPIS] Management
with Built-in Online Shopping and Payment Website

OPIS Management is a secured online implementation via internet connections of the typical buy-sell cycles of retail merchandising outlets. It builds on the processes of Product for Sale Deliveries, Pricing rules, Inventory tracking and Warehouse transfers, virtual Point-of-Sales terminals with receipt printing capabilities, and Sales record statistics and database archiving.

Working from the backend, OPIS is conjoined with a publicly accessible website of said retail business which conveniently contains a Product Gallery Feature enumerating product details and current selling prices linked in real-time with the OPIS backend. This is a powerful merchandising tool reaching every web users in the internet. It is further extensible (with appropriate programming extensions and customization) to accommodate online sales, shopping carts, payments and product deliveries for any online shopper.

Application Features

OPIS and the Product Gallery Website are two independent but mutually linked components of the same website. OPIS is accessible for authorized users only while the Product Gallery is accessible to the online public at large.

OPIS provides a multi-user environment and access specific protocols. This means that users you assigned can only use the pages cleared for their use. An outlet POS encoder can only view and use the POS Terminal but not access to other features like costing, product inputs, and sales reports. On the other hand, an ADMIN user has full access to all features include the ADMIN section which defines users’ access, outlet creation and more. A MERCHANDISING user will have access to all including POS terminal but not to the Admin section.

OPIS was designed to be fully intuitive and user friendly that most tasks come in as natural and logical for the typical businessman. No worries about human errors since most of it is handled by an alert box that guides you to what has been done wrong and most of times suggests alternate actions. If an item has been processed and determined to be erroneous, it can always be edited and at times deleted.