the synchronization process, XpertMart transmits
Java Objects and therefore recognizes if the type of data being
sent is a number, a text string, a date or a photo. If the terminal
receiving the transmission does not receive the expected Java
Object it does not save the data to the database.
transactions are stamped with a DLM (Date Last Modified). When
stores synchronize their data to the main, XpertMart
automatically rejects any transaction that is already in the
system, preventing data duplication headaches.
quantities in a store are never overwritten and at all times reflect
the result of every transaction that has been made at that store.
At very moment the quantities in inventory correspond to the application
of every movement or transaction in the store. Lighting audits
can be made in any store without need for first consulting the
data at the home office or at another store.
on the links below to learn more about the technology used in
Java-based XpertMart (tm)
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