B2B Payments

Xkzero Boosts Delivery Software Tool

Software-as-a-Service firm xkzero announced Tuesday (March 31) that its B2B mobile commerce software product is reaching new customers. According to the firm, the SaaS now integrates into Sage 100 ERP, making the software’s Route Selling and Direct Store Delivery automation services available to more businesses.

The expansion of the xkzero Mobile Commerce solution, the company’s co-founder Paul Ziliak said, is part of the firm’s efforts to offer SMEs more efficient ways of operating. “We’re passionate about local and independent businesses and we love watching them grow,” he said. This is a true enterprise caliber system available for small and mid-sized distributors. From asset management, bottle and can deposit tracking, surveys for department of motor vehicle and other compliance reporting, a performance monitoring dashboard, photo and geo-code enabled transactions – we’ve got it all covered.”

The software includes a Web management console and other Web services, the company said, allowing for an ERP integration with less friction. The tool automates order taking, delivery, exchanges, payments and inter-vehicle transfers, as well as fleet loading and scheduling, inventory management, and payment reconciliations for drivers.

According to xkzero, by automating certain delivery and order mechanisms for companies, firms can improve inventory management and boost sales. While the service is applicable to an array of industries, Ziliak noted that it is particularly useful for the food and beverage industry.


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