At Datascan, we built a solution designed to be easy to use, empowering our retail customers to control their inventory counting process. We built our solution as a service, so every component is designed to be easy to use, accessible to our retail partners and efficient at delivering results throughout their organizations.
The Inventory Count Solution
Datascan provides professional services to every customer. These professional services complete the customer configuration process, program your procedure and package your data outputs. Our licensed SaaS software opens up the infrastructure and portal access to retailers, eliminating the boundaries and guesswork of traditional inventory counting. Whether you are conducting annual PI counts or frequent cycle counts, our solution can equip you for a successful inventory process every time.
Our Self-Scan Solution offers:
- Guaranteed inventory dates determined by the retailer
- All equipment and area tags ship directly to the stores
- Scanner ergonomically designed for stress-free scanning
- Intuitive, configurable software with a user-friendly interface
- Extensive quality assurance and control on all software prior to shipment
- Unparalleled reporting and analysis capabilities
- Mobile access to real-time data
- No additional store set-up required
- Customizable count close options based on retailer procedures
- Industry-leading data security
- Global Client Support Center access
- 24-hour technical support, 365 days a year
- User community and best practices forum
- Inventory process consulting and planning
Secure & Trusted
Wherever your inventory counts take place around the globe, Datascan provides ample connectivity, servers and routers ensuring high availability and uninterrupted inventory activity. Independent testing and load simulations are conducted bi-annually to ensure system load capabilities are sufficient to exceed our stringent tolerance requirements. Data encryption is strictly applied on the scanner, during communication and at our data centers. All security exists independently from retailer infrastructures.