FULFILLMENT APP

(Features are available in the Cloud Hub, App is coming soon)

A complete order fulfillment app with back-to-back flow connecting sales order and supply.

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Apply Back-to-back Fulfillment Flow to your B2B model

Best suited for fulfillment of high-cost or slow-moving products where stock is not maintained in inventory

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1Process Sales Order

  • Confirm customer sales order(s) (source of demand)
  • Capture and manage sales orders in the back-end
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2Determine Supply Sources

  • Determine supply sources for promising order(s)
  • Schedule sales order(s) line and delivery
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3Purchase Management

  • Creat and manage supply order (PO) and documents
  • Tracks the creation of the supply document and immediately initiates a reservation request to tie the sales order demand with the supply document.
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4Allocate

  • The regular supply is received and consolidated into stock
  • The back-to-back supply is reserved to an order management fulfillment line.
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5Ship

  • The sales order included in order line is now ready to be shipped to the B2B customers.
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Reduce your inventory while maintaining the ability to respond to customer demands

Back-to-back supply processes is best suited for items that your organizations choose not to stock. A request for supply is created only after a sales order is scheduled for items you have designated for back-to-back fulfillment. This fulfillment process flow also offers your organizations the flexibility to extend their product offerings even if they do not directly stock goods.

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Prevents loss or misallocation of supply

The back-to-back flow creates a firm link that exists between the demand document (sales order) and the supply document (purchase order, transfer order, or work order). This link between sales order and supply document is crucial in preventing misallocation or diversion of supply for other demands.

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Provides organizations with more centralized control over the fulfillment process

The back-to-back flow creates a firm link that exists between the demand document (sales order) and the supply document (purchase order, transfer order, or work order). This link between sales order and supply document is crucial in preventing misallocation or diversion of supply for other demands.

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