Consignment Pro / ¥9,800
This is the new consignment store application named Consignment Pro. This is the newest generation of this application that has spanned 23 years of sales.
The new 3.5 version replaces the 3.0 version with a completely new set of features. This application gains from the contributions of each user who provides new feature requests.
Consignment Pro: the consignment business is unique and requires a custom-designed application to fulfill the needs of the business owners. Applications like the consignment Pro can cost thousands of dollars a year to the business owner. The application developer advertises sales over hundreds of copies and provides a one time cost to you of $80. This application would normally cost between $1400 to $2500. This doesn’t mean that this application is any less powerful than the higher-priced versions. The developer wants small businesses to have the opportunity to have first-class software to run their business.
It’s very difficult to explain all the features provided in this application. The developer offers a free live demo online using Skype for any business owner who wants a demonstration. This gives you the option to ask questions and get answers. Tap on the developer link on this datasheet to schedule a demonstration.
Consignment program overview: The application is divided into several component sections; The consignor screen; The consignor screen gathers information about the consignor to include all contact information. The screen uses a tabbed interface were several sub screens are viewable on the consignment screen. These include a map tab that shows the location of the consignors home or office, this is used if the consignment business picks up and delivers consignment items. Another tab is used for scheduling any action items. Scheduling can include an on-site estate sale capability provided by your store. The consignment contract screen has two pages available for your contract requirements. The consign tab is used for inputting consigned items for the item record your editing.
The consignment screen include sub screens for invoices, reports, consignment and product list views, consignor list views, and a payment system. There are also labels in two different sizes for maintaining your floor stock with labels. The labels include consignment information that is used at check out to identify the individual item being sold.
The buyer screen: The buyer screen provides the option for the business to collect information on local buyers, and this information is used for soliciting sales, and is used to provide the buyer information on the invoice. The invoice provides linked icons to PayPal, Square, and U-ship.com. One of the options is also to have a buyer named walk-in client, and this is used when you do not want to capture the buyer information.
The employee screens: Many businesses use volunteers, and some employees to work in the store. The employee screen provides a management tool to schedule and track employee hours worked. The screen includes reports that can be used for payroll, or for volunteer tax deduction information.
New features in version 3.5: the new version provides the option to use store credit for consignors, and calculations to show current store credit. For the buyer, you can assign buyer fees for items purchased. There also is the ability in the consignment screen to sell duplicate retail items. This provides the opportunity for the store to buy wholesale items to offer at retail price in the store. Normally you would purchase these items in batches of the same type item. Then add them by duplicating the record for the consigned item in the consignment portal screen. This offers a great deal of flexibility in which you offer in your store.
This application has a one time cost with no follow-on costs. This application has free technical support which would save you thousands of dollars in the life of the application. We want you to compare us to others!