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Allow BOPIS orders where order is not picked from the store but shipped from warehouse
There are scenarios where items are special order items or not available in store or store does not participate in BOPIS. Also called as Site-to-Store. In these cases, the order is actually picked in warehouse, packed and shipped to the store (vi...
Reprint of Pick list on Store engagement (angular) UI
One a pick list is printed using Store engagement UI there is no option for reprinting the pick list. Some time pickers misplace/loss the pick list in that case they need to reprint the pick list.
Return Order Reciept in Store
Hi,One common return option with many retailers is Create Return Online(Self Service) or Create through Call Center and drop the item to store.For this scenario,once customer drops item to store - we need to receive the return order - record recei...
Putback capability for click and collect order cancellations
For BOPIS orders as part of backroom pick the picked items are moved to a BOPIS staging location or some secure location which is not then available for picking or walk-in customers. In case of a customer cancellation at that point or a no-show, t...
Multi-UOM support in Store
Multi-UOM support with interconversion and a primary UOM. As an example, be able to receive as a case, putaway inventory by case and individual units that totals up to received qty, pick in different UOM e.g. dozen based on order or be able to bre...
Consolidate Call Center and Store Engagement into a single Customer Engagement Solution
The idea there are separate solutions needed for customer engagement is antiquated and driven more by either poor organizational structures and silos, and/or the current market environment of solutions. IBM has the ability to take the lead in this...
Porduct scan is not allowed by product id for the orders having products with same item id and multiple UOMs. It is applicable on all scans in store application.
We have a Retail customer whose catalog allows multiple items created with same item id but different UOMs (EACH, CASE). When order products are scanned by using item id, it returns two items and error pops out saying multiple items found for ent...
Boradcasting a common message to all store users
Can we have a feature in OMS through which we can broadcast common messages to all stores together on Store engagement application.e.g. "XYZ carrier system is down. Do not perform any packing operation". This will help in avoiding multiple tickets...
Bill of lading (BOL) functionality should be part of Store offering/product
Bill of lading (BOL) is one of the most important documents in the shipping process.
To ship any goods, a bill of lading is required and acts as a receipt and a contract.
A completed BOL legally shows that the carrier has received the freight ...
Ability to create 'Physical Counts' in Store to synchronize the physical and system inventory mandated as a part of the corporate policy or client requirements
Ability to create 'Physical Counts' to synchronize the physical and system inventory mandated as a part of the corporate policy or client requirements.