Paladin is all about helping businesses put their data to work. Our digital retail platform features technologies that keep independent businesses competitive in a rapidly evolving market that includes big-box stores and online giants such as Amazon.  

Paladin’s Spring Release is highlighted with innovative new products and integrations that make ordering, bookkeeping, tracking employee time, and coordinating rental equipment easier than ever. 

Another new integration will give independent businesses the in-store marketing tools to compete with those big-box stores and e-commerce giants.  

Features such as Paladin’s Market Driven Inventory Management™ use sales data to determine the right mix of products and optimum stocking levels, and one of the new features, Order Analyst™, automatically finds the best prices of those items from a business’s suppliers. That saves a business thousands of dollars. 

Once those items are on shelves, platform integrations such as Ez-Ad helps sell them. These integrations enhance customer service and the in-store shopping experience with dynamic digital signage and a mobile app that allows store associates to compare their prices with those of competitors through real-time data from the store’s point of sale system. 

A digital retail platform simplifies the collection of sales data and funnels it through integrations like Synergration into a store’s bookkeeping database, eliminating time-consuming tasks. 

Similarly, programs like Deputy’s workforce management not only streamlines employee time and attendance collection and payroll, it allows businesses to target and forecast peak hours and schedule additional workers to more efficiently respond to added demand. 

Integrating all aspects of a business, including niches and mobile capabilities, into a single platform ensures end-to-end data collection and use. 

Point of Rental is an example of management software that lets businesses track rental equipment and customers quickly and easily. It also features mobile access to inventory control, equipment history and maintenance records, contract writing and other functions.  

Features and integrations such as these give businesses access to all their data and ultimate control of their operations.

Learn more on the Spring 2019 Release Guide

Brian Bullock

Writer