Adapt quickly with rapidly changing market demands and avoid stock-outs with Newton. Initiate shelf stocking and replenishment—many times faster than any traditional shelf inventory process.
Manual shelf inventory management requires staff to walk around the store and scan every low-stock item, shelf by shelf. An automated shelf inventory management tool that will empower them with a real-time, 360-view of your shelf inventory status—that’s Newton. Watch the video.
Newton has two programmable buttons that can be configured to notify the inventory system on items that are low or out of stock. This ensures a much faster stock refilling process that results in better productivity and customer satisfaction.
Serving as the backbone of Newton, the Aims software can be easily integrated into third-party inventory management systems, allowing for seamless implementation and reduced infrastructure cost.
Powered by the all-new Newton system, Newton guarantees a data update speed faster than any wireless ESL in the market. With Newton, a replenishment request from a shelf to the backend system is only a matter of seconds.
Flexible and highly adaptable - Newton is designed and built to be implemented in various environments with ease.
The time interval between the schedules for conducting daily inventory can take at least 24 hours, meaning out-of-stock items may only get refilled the next day. This is a missed sales opportunity that could equate to a reasonably large loss.
Newton provides an easy way for anyone to send an alert immediately when they find an empty shelf. All they have to do is press a button to deliver a request to refill the items. This solution allows anyone to act when they see an empty shelf, thereby increasing sales opportunities.
Newton eliminates the need for a time-consuming inventory process and allows staff to multitask. When your team encounters an empty shelf, they can press a button even while performing other tasks, and the central server will be notified of the replenishment request. This eliminates the need for a designated inventory checker or schedule, increasing overall work efficiency.
Some might say that wireless communications could cause errors in transmitting data. Luckily, Newton has come up with a way to avoid this. Once a button to report an empty shelf is pressed, a green LED will start flashing to confirm the action. Newton’s real-time speed makes it all happen within one or two seconds.
When the LED doesn’t flash within one or two seconds, it means the transmission of data failed. If this occurs, staff can simply press the button again to send the request.
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