Axiom for Retailers provides you with a single, unified view across all your product lines and points of sale.

Axiom equips Retailers to drive efficiency, to manage the changes ahead and to highlight the most lucrative opportunities.

 

Integrating structured and unstructured data from all corners of your organisation, Axiom brings together data from multiple points of sale (online and physical stores) for a complete view of your retail brand.

Thanks to our unified hub, operational budgeting, financial planning, capital planning and rolling forecasting are all accessible via a single, powerful platform. Whether you need access to yesterday’s revenue report across the entire brand, or you want to forecast the likely future profitability of a single SKU in a particular location, our easy-to-use dashboards and compelling visualisations place the intel you require directly at your fingertips.

  • Strategic Planning
  • Budgeting and Forecasting
  • Financial Close and Consolidations
  • Profitability and Cost Management

According to Gartner, the vast majority of customers would recommend Axiom Software without reservation.

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