Marketing – SMM

Marketing

Marketing is the central and most important module of the L’MIS system. It is one of three basic modules, needed for company management (Marketing, Research and development and Production). It includes all tools, needed to control and manage all business processes and projects in a company.

The module is built to resemble the operations during contract implementation. This helps to prevent errors and offers an easier, more intuitive user experience. The module also supports communications between those employees, who are included in the business process and task automation (an employee triggers a command in a submodule, which is then performed by the Finance module). This way, L’MIS significantly reduces the time, necessary to realize an idea.

The Marketing module offers a simple, yet precise overview of the financial events of a given project. It displays the current and total yield of the project, analyzes the expenses by business partners or cost center within the project, etc. Since L’MIS is a comprehensive information system, all commands in the Marketing module affect the appropriate positions of the Finance and Warehouse management modules. For matters of simplicity, individual projects are called work orders.

The Marketing module is a bundle of submodules, each designed for a specific task:

  • Offers: From this submodule, offers are issued. The result is a document, sent to the business partner in order to get an order. Because it is linked to the Storage module, it simplifies the creation of offers and creates external documents with pricelists. Once an order (based on a sent offer) is placed, the positions from the offer can be imported directly to the work order.

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  • Work orders: This group of submodules includes tools for creating projects based on signed contracts, creating blank projects, determining the person responsible and other staff, determining the financial sources and limits, enables a detailed breakdown of each project and its implementation. The work order’s number is the central information, which links all modules. Every activity (with the exception of Investments) is linked to a particular work order (project).
    • Order confirmation: This submodule functionally and logically succeeds the creation of a new work order. Its purpose is to issue a document, which is sent to the customer.
    • Advance payments: The submodule creates invoicess for the advanced payment, based on an order.
    • Suborders: This submodule supports all activities, connected to the sales process in various sales organizations (wholesale, retail, special offers, consignment sales, etc.).
    • Delivery receipts
    • Invoices
    • Travel orders
    • Correspondence: This submodule handles the entire correspondence with the business partners. Individual letters or entire conversations can be printed or sent by e-mail. The correspondence can be linked to a business partner, a work order or offer, invoice, suborder, delivery receipt, …
    • Discrepancies and reclamations: This submodule enables users to send or receive reclamations or information about discrepancies, product monitoring throughout the entire lifecycle, service-cycle management and control over decommissioning and recycling.

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