By Tom Jackson
Ghanaian startup Sumundi is developing digital solutions to help retailers better manage their stores, and has recorded over US$85,000 worth of sales on its platform so far.
Founded last year, Sumundi has developed a web-based store management programme called Keepsales, and is in the process of integrating it with its proprietary delivery and logistics app.
Keepsales, which is available online and offline, helps store owners record sales, generate receipts, and track inventory, allowing them to keep track of what is going on in their shop in real-time.
After an initial, admittedly time-consuming stocktake is conducted, and the shop owner’s inventory fed into the system, store management becomes simpler than ever before.
“From there, anytime a customer walks into the merchant’s shop to make a purchase, he records the sale into the software, a receipt is generated, and the corresponding adjustments are automatically made to the merchant’s inventory. The merchant gets to see how many sales he is making and how much is being sold in real-time. The software becomes a single source of truth for all accounts,” Gilbert Blankson-Afful, Sumundi’s co-founder, told Disrupt Africa.
Keepsales eliminates the need for account notebooks or error-prone paper trails of any kind, and also makes life more Click here to read entire article