Layout

The product catalogue with access to the products that you sell.


User interface element

Name

Description

1

Button

Categories

Provides you with the menus and sub-menus of your product catalogue that you have previously set up in Management Interface. Your category structure is the same as that you have set up for WebShop. This means that it can be centrally managed in the Management Interface, and changes made there are reflected in both PocketShop and WebShop.

Click Categories and subsequent sub-menus until you find the product subset you are looking for.

Click View All to see all products in a particular category.

2

Top bar

<Category name>

Contains the set of options that are available on all PocketShop screens.

3.a

Product details

Product details

Contains product details, which are extracted from {ERP}. Each product details contains:

  • Stock number

  • Heart image - click to indicate this product is a Favourite [ 💜 ]. This adds it to your Favouriteslisting.

  • Product images - up to 4 images can be displayed

  • Product description

  • Product code (SKU)

  • Price (with / without VAT depending on how PocketShop has been configured)

  • Click on the product details to change it to full screen mode.

  • Click View Product, indicated by the red arrow in the screenshot, to return to the smaller screen size.

3.b

Product details

Product details

Contains product details, which are extracted from {ERP}. Each product details contains:

  • Stock number

  • Heart image - click to indicate this product is a Favourite [ 💜 ]. This adds it to your Favouriteslisting.

  • Product images - up to 4 images can be displayed

  • Product description

  • Product code (SKU)

  • Pack size, if extracted from {ERP} (highlighted in red in the image on the right)

  • Price (with / without VAT depending on how PocketShop has been configured)

  • Click on the product card to change it to full screen mode.

  • Click View Product, indicated by the red arrow in the screenshot, to return to the smaller screen size.

4

Button

Add

Click Add to add the product to your shopping cart.

See Sales order processing in Aphix PocketShop for more information on how to order or re-order products in PocketShop.

Retrieving and storing data

Key notes about product catalogue data

  • Data is retrieved from your ERP when you initially log in. The data is stored locally within the PocketShop application.

  • A periodic sync occurs between your and the Aphix Digital Platform. Any product changes in your ERP are uploaded into PocketShop.

  • When you add a product to your cart, the price and stock of the product is checked in real-time.

  • When you update a single product in Aphix Management Interface, the change is uploaded onto PocketShop.

SAP Business One

PocketShop field name

SAP B1 Table

Calculated value

SAP B1 Tab | Field

Product code (SKU)

Item Master Data


General area | Item No.

Product images

Item Master Data


Remarks | camera (bottom right of screen) → add image from folder1

Constraints

  • There are a number of ways of setting up where you store your images in {ERP}. How many image files can be included per item is dependent on the way you configure it. We can talk to you about the options during the build phase of your product.

  • Accepted image types accepted include GIF, JPG, bitmap, and PNG


Product description

Item Master Data


General area | Description

Pack size

Item Master Data


Sales Data | Quantity per Package

Price

Item Master Data


  • General area | Unit Price2 or

  • General area | Price List] Price List for a specific Business Partner

Stock number

Item Master Data

Calc value

By default, it is calculated as “stock” - “committed” values that have been retrieved from SAP Business One.

If necessary, it can be calculated as “stock” - (“committed” + “ordered”)

Default: [Tab - Inventory] | Stock

Default: [Tab - Inventory] | Committed

Optional: [Tab - Inventory] | Ordered