Docutech Wins £2 Million Contract with Fashion Retailer

14th October 2021, 8:02 am

Docutech Office Solutions, the Manchester-based document management system provider, has won a £2million three year contract to supply an improved system of automation and digital sign off for a leading fashion retailer.

The company has developed Docuflo – a bespoke document management system – to optimise the fashion retailer’s warehouse processes and manage its warehouse inventory. The software also underpins its loss prevention strategy, stock control and workflow processes, retaining more profit across the business.

Docutech’s brief was to develop a software system that would make processes more efficient and effective across the supply chain, to create greater transparency over garment  journeys and reduce opportunities for theft, which had hit an all time 6-figure high.

Renowned for developing platforms to track and trace documents in the workplace, this particular contract takes Docutech’s capabilities to the next level – to tracking and tracing products in an innovative and compliant way.

Docutech Managing Director Jason Dixon said: “We provided a highly visible, easy to use digital solution that tracks and records every transaction across a highly complex supply chain, significantly reducing the opportunity for unexplained stock disappearance.”

Employee theft  accounts for more than 22% of retail shrinkage, with 18% of overall shrinkage coming from crime, targeting suppliers and warehouses.

Jason again: “We help businesses install the right digital infrastructure to minimise these sort of losses –  which can run into hundreds of thousands of pounds a year – and so improve profitability.”

For further information visit https://docutechsolutions.co.uk/, call 0844 259 6155 or email info@docutechsolutions.co.uk.

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