Trade controlling tasks

Trading controlling tasks primarily consist of coordinating the planning and control processes as well as the supply of information in trading. In addition, there is the coordination of the planning and control system and the information supply system with the existing system context of the entire company.

The trade controlling, especially the operative trade controlling, refers to the essential operating factors goods, area / space, personnel (Trade controlling subsystems). Typical objects of operational trading controlling include:

• Exact planning with inventory information and order proposals, periodically differentiated according to goods areas or order cycles,

• Exact recording of incoming goods, item by item with current purchase and sales prices per item,

• Daily inventory control for critical areas based on precise target specifications,

• Complete recording of all changes in income, such as price changes, copies, spoilage,

• Yield analysis for advertising and special campaigns with precise tracking of the influencing factors,

• Monitoring of slow moving articles,

• Assortment control taking into account turnover, margin, turnover and allocated area shares,

• Creation of up-to-date, daily price-accurate assortment and disposition documents, also for direct suppliers and external shelf service,

• Fast and secure, at the same time, price-reliable payment with targeted performance control to avoid bottleneck situations and overcapacities,

• Cashing with integrated, complete Cash accounting as well as the transfer of all data for planning and control purposes.

In order to be able to fulfill the tasks of trade controlling, an extensive set of instruments (trade controlling instruments) is used. The use of technical aids (computerized merchandise management systems, scanning) facilitates the fulfillment of the tasks of trade controlling.

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