Track all your part orders from one place.

Keep your sales organized using different sales transaction types.

Track of where your part orders are in the sales process.

  • A part order can be processed through many states such as reserve, back order, pick, ship, and receive.
  • Header information includes quick access to the type of part order, bill to address, ship to address, and other vendor information.
  • Multi-level category codes enable quick categorization of cases for workflow routing and reporting.

Easily process your orders.

  • A newly opened part order represents the demand for a part.  Your businesses logistics processes will determine how and where the demand for the part will be fulfilled
  • Powerful search tools allow you to search inventory warehouses, locations, and bins to find the parts you are looking for
  • If you can find a suitable part the system can provide alternates that represent compatible parts
  • Reserving a part request enables users to find a suitable part in inventory and place a reservation against the part.  This will indicate to other users that the part is no longer available
  • Picking  a part request represents warehouse personnel going to the specific warehouse, location, and bin and retrieving the part
  • Shipping represents the physical boxing and shipping of the parts on a part request.  Orders can be broken down into multiple shipments with different carriers and waybills
  • Receiving represents the receipt and put away of inbound parts from vendors, customers, etc
  • Back ordering a part request allows users to indicate that appropriate inventory is not available.  Logistics personnel can indicate the expected receipt date to fulfill the backorder.

Use our built-in reporting system for a top-view of sales information.

Reports are provided at different stages of part request processing,  Reports include:

    • Reservations
    • Pick Lists
    • Packing Lists
    • Shipping Lists
    • Goods Received Notes

Workflows enable easy business processes.

  • Model complex workflows to route part orders through your businesses logistics fulfillment process.
  • Assign part orders to individuals or groups of people through the use of queues.
  • Configure statuses to represent critical points in the lifecycle of a part order.
  • Closing status and resolution codes can insure proper recording of the final disposition of the part order.