Frontline teams are juggling more competing priorities than ever before. Between stocking shelves, conducting audits, re-ordering inventory, and serving customers on the store floor, frontline execution has become overwhelming—especially for teams who have to switch between various apps and devices.
Amp, Movista's new mobile app, alleviates the weight of execution off the shoulders of frontline workers. Store and field teams can now execute their work quickly and easily through one user-friendly app, compatible with any device.
Amplify store tasking efficiency so that items are never out of stock
Mobile Tasking makes executing at the shelf a breeze. Users can create tasks, assign priorities, and delegate tasks on the fly—all within one app.
Send automated alerts for overdue or near-overdue tasks. Quickly reassign work directly through the app with Mobile Reassignments, manually or automatically. Ensure projects are always completed on time with Work Escalation, a set of parameters that automatically reassign at-risk work to the appropriate individual or team.
Integrate communications into one execution app for quick and effortless collaboration
Teams can now communicate through the same app they use to execute work, without disorganized emails or third-party apps. Send direct messages, group messages, and broadcast announcements through our intuitive and integrated comms module.
Make it easier for frontline teams to stay on top of daily tasks with automated work dashboards.
Mobile users can quickly visualize their daily priorities, escalated tasks, company announcements, and upcoming work in one convenient location as soon as they open the app, freeing up time for execution and customer service.
Increase in store visits per week
Decrease in admin/scheduling time per week
Decrease in windshield time between visits
One solution for fresh audits, employee engagement, mobile ordering and returns, compliance, reporting and more. Empower teams to be more productive and reduce expensive shrink.
In 2021, perishables accounted for 45% of food retailer sales. While non-perishables still account for most food retailer sales, fresh food sales have grown at a faster rate in the past three years.