Drive-through or Click & Collect from your points of sale
KeyWebStore allows “turnkey” Drive-through or Click & Collect projects to be implemented faster. It was researched and created specifically for retailers or brands wishing to develop this distribution channel in conjunction with their points of sale or to optimise the organisation of an existing drive-through store.
KeyWebstore consists of a number of APIs which provide a practical solution at every stage of a Click & Collect project: ordering and payment (e-commerce, m-commerce, touch-screen terminal), order preparation (receipt, picking, order grouping), storage and collection (identification, payment).
These APIs can be deployed independently as appropriate to your project (setting up a drive-through, adding a click & collect option on an existing e-commerce site, optimising picking in an existing drive-through, installing lockers...).
KeyWebStore modules :
1. KEYWEBSTORE COMMANDE, A COMPLETE, MULTI-CHANNEL CLICK & COLLECT ORDERING SITE
If you do not have an online store, Keyneosoft helps you develop a cross-channel ordering website, accessible on all terminals (web, mobile, tablet, terminal). To increase your visibility and accessibility on mobile devices, we can also implement native mobile m-commerce applications with a Click & Collect option (iOS, Android, Windows phone).
The KeyWebStore Commande module provides you with a back office accessible from a web browser, enabling you to manage your drive-through entirely independently: products, pricing, user accounts, points of sale, orders.
Do you already have an online store? KeyWebStore has a web plugin that can be integrated with your existing e-commerce site, and is compatible with the main e-commerce CMSs on the market.
2. KEYWEBSTORE PREPARATION, A VERSATILE TOOL FOR ORDER PREPARATION
To help you optimise management of the order flow, Keyneosoft has developed a completely flexible order preparation module, which can be tailored to your environment and your business. As well as receiving waiting orders, this functional component enables preparation operatives to group orders by zone, order or product and to search orders by multiple criteria, thereby increasing the speed of item retrieval (picking).
3. KEYWEBSTORE PICKING, OPTIMISED MANAGEMENT OF YOUR IN-STORE PICKING
The profitability of a click & collect service (drive-through, store collection, lockers…) primarily depends on the efficiency of order preparation and picking in departments: reducing the average time taken, simplifying the process, location of items...
To reduce preparation times, KeyWebStore provides a picking module to manage the entire picking process carried out by operatives in the departments. It manages the profiles and the schedules of the various picking operatives and assigns to each one either manually or automatically the list of items to be retrieved from the shelves. An interface for mobile picking terminals (smartphone, rugged PDA...) enables each operative to receive in real time the items to be retrieved, listed according to an optimised route.
4. KEYWEBSTORE STOCKAGE: OPTIMISING STORAGE AND ASSEMBLY OF reserved ORDERS
KeyWebStore’s order assembly module helps to simplify the processes involved in storing and grouping orders, an essential stage in the implementation of a picking process, whether within departments or for multiple orders. This solution enables each product removed to be assigned to a precise storage zone in the storehouse, automatically taking account of storage environments (cold/dry/frozen, bulky/fragile, by product type…).
When the order is finally assembled, the solution indicates where the items are located. The module also provides the facility to check that the items retrieved from storage have in fact been assigned to the order under preparation.
5. KEYWEBSTORE RETRAIT: AN INTERFACE BETWEEN CUSTOMER AND STORE FOR ORDER COLLECTION
KeyWebstore retrait is an order collection module designed to manage the customer’s entire order collection process, from identification to payment (if payment has not already been made on the web). This module can be deployed on terminals with an interface tailored to the customer, or accessible via the store’s back office for management of collections taking place within the point of sale (e.g., pedestrian drive-through).