Cellular Prepaid Card Trackerô
The Cellular Prepaid Card Trackerô is now included with the Cellular Manager
software and is designed to deliver a unique money saving method
for managing prepaid cards. It also has the side benefit of lowering
the risk of potential theft of prepaid cards. It is specifically designed
for multi-location/multi-branch companies that are connected to a central
server and companies that are in the business of selling cellular prepaid
phone cards to its customers. With the Cellular Prepaid Card Trackerô,
a dealer can look forward to lowering their overall inventory costs associated
with purchasing prepaid phone cards for multiple branches.
What exactly is the Problem? Cellular prepaid phone cards
come in a variety of denominations (e.g., $5, $25, $50, and $100). Dealers
have to purchase an assortment of these phone cards at different denominations
in order to satisfy their customer's needs. A dealer with multiple store
locations can easily spend thousands of dollars to stock all store locations
with a mixture of these phone cards, even if some locations sell less than
others. Because these phone cards are small items, they also pose a
great security issue for a retail store and have to be handled in a special
manner (e.g., locked in safe, behind the counter, inside glass display, etc.).
Solution: With our unique Cellular Prepaid Card Trackerô
module, a dealer merely pools financial resources by building a centralized
database of all the secret PIN numbers found on the varying prepaid phone
cards. This dramatically cuts down the amount of inventory needed for
these cards because a dealer only needs to purchase an average amount to satisfy
all locations and can easily replenish low stock from one central place.
When an employee from any location wants to sell a prepaid phone card to
a customer, he/she only need to do a simple point of sale invoice transaction.
The secret PIN number will automatically appear on the printed receipt along
with any instructions you choose to display with the PIN number. There
are no security issues because there are no physical phone cards at any locations
to handle. All prepaid phone cards would have been handled by personnel
at the main location and destroyed once PIN numbers have been transferred
to the database.