Customer Sale Historyby Aktiv Software http://www.aktivsoftware.com
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Customer Sale History
The Customer Sale History module will allow the view the customer’s order history which they have placed till date. You can view the items purchased with their costs, customer information, and date of purchase. Moreover, you can track information of customer orders such as- which products customers are buying the most, the percentage of repeat orders and buyers, and on which product you can attract more customers by providing them with special discounts and exclusive sales. You can also track if any product is constantly outperforming when compared to other products or are any products never sold or which products are commonly purchased by users. This module is one stop solution for all of the above-mentioned queries/menace.
Prerequisites before Installation
No prerequisites are required before the installation.
After Installation of the module go to Sales --> Customers. There you can see the total number of Products bought by a particular customer. Also, from Company's Contact Form you can view the products bought by different members of that particular company. Let's consider an example. You can see in the below image, the Sales History of Agrolait Company. Note: If any particular parent company has any child company under it then you can also view the sale order history of the child company’s employees too.
Once you install this module, you can see the Sale History of employees of Agrolait company.
You can also view the personal sale history of a particular customer by browsing through their form and clicking on Sales History Button.
When you view the sale history, the product which is bought frequently by a particular customer is displayed on priority.
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