QRwave uses QR codes technology to streamline B2B ordering process. It is a web service / smartphone application combo that allows your clients to place an order by simply scanning item's QR code.
With QRwave, any authorized company employee can place restocking order as soon as he notices that supplies are running low. He does not need to be in the office or in front of the computer, or have internet connection - the order can be placed on the spot in the field, in the warehouse, on the factory floor. No need to remember web site url or vendor information - everything is included in QR code. All he needs to do is to scan QR code and enter quantity.
You can stick QR codes on the boxes with your products and make re-ordering real easy for your clients. You can stick QR codes on a piece of equipment to simplify the ordering of supplies. Allow users to easily place orders from a catalog or on a tradeshow by including QR codes in your literature.
QRwave can be seamlessly integrated into any e-commerce system, or it can be used as stand alone ordering solution.
Key benefits of QRwave
Easy restocking orders - just scan QR code with a smartphone
Customer can place an order as soon as he opens last box, on the spot
No inventory shortage or rush orders
Streamlined inventory supply
Web hooks to integrate with your internal software
Pricing starting from:
- Free Trial
- One Time License
QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise
- Industry: Retail
- Company size: 11-50 Employees
- Used Other for 1-5 months
- Value for Money
- Ease of Use
- Customer Support
- Likelihood to recommend 2.0 /10
User Experience Is Lacking
Reviewed on 2018/09/13
If you go through a lot of product this might be helpful for your customers to reorder, but it's...
If you go through a lot of product this might be helpful for your customers to reorder, but it's not really a selling point for any of my customers.
So it's a slick thing like Amazon reorder if you just want a supplier to ship you your stuff.
I really don't like how clunky it is. It loads slower than you think it should, and the interface looks like it was built in 2001 and never been updated.