Case Study: Telbix Australia

Telbix Australia, a lighting importer, wholesaler, and retailer, added 400 new products to its product range of over 1,600. Telbix needed a solution to replace manual systems and provide tools to help ensure that it had the information to manage growth wisely. After implementing PRONTO-Xi for warehouse and distribution, as well as point of sale (POS), Telbix saw improvements in data integrity and visibility. Learn more.

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