Bunnings’ finger on the Pulse

HARDWARE retailer Bunnings, a division of Wesfarmers Ltd, has completed the digitalisation of its ordering system across its more than 200 stores in Australia.

Bunnings began the process after Wesfarmers last year acquired Howard Smith, the owner of the BBC Hardware and HardwareHouse chains.

The company’s old system was unable to cope with the need to send more than 1000 purchase orders per day and, after reviewing a number of document delivery systems, Bunnings chose to use Pulse, Esker Software’s new electronic document delivery solution. Pulse was said to be the only single end-to-end system capable of sending and receiving business documents electronically via fax, email, SMS or the Web.


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