Products - Navigating Your Way Around
1 – Erudus One: this is your home button: pressing this will always return you to your user dashboard.
2 – Product Search: this allows you to search for product specifications using Erudus Technical Search.
3 – Member Dashboard: this will navigate to your member dashboard.
4 – Profile Menu: change your password or update your contact details.
5 & 20 – Click here for help: raise and send us a support ticket as well as user guides and walkthrough videos for new users and refresher training.
6 – Home: by clicking this at any time it will bring you back to this above screen.
7 – Products: clicking this takes you to the product screen where you can add local codes to products or search using previously added codes.
8 – Users: this option allows you to view any users attached to your member account, this includes both customers and internal users.
9 – Customer Data: if you have attached customers this screen lets you upload customer purchase data so your customers can access this on their Erudus accounts.
10 - Upload a CSV File: See our guide 'Uploading a
11 - Search Bar: This function allows you to search through all Erudus products, this search can be by name, supplier code or the inner or outer GTIN.
12 - Run Search: clicking this button will run a search from the criteria specified in the search bar.
13 - Results per Page: This filter allows you to change the number of products is shown on each search page, the options are either 10, 20, 50 or 100 results per page.
14 - CSV - See our guide 'Downloading Your Local Product Data'.
15 - Product Name: this is where the product names are displayed.
16 - Supplier Code: this is where the supplier codes are displayed.
17 - Brand Name: this is where the product brand names are displayed.
18 - Local Codes: This is where you view and add a local code to any products to easily locate them on Erudus. See the guide 'Adding a Local Code to a Product'.
19 - Confirm Local Codes: this green tick box allows you to confirm any local code additions. See the guide 'Adding a Local Code to a Product'.