Friday, April 25, 2014

Best Practices for Buying Order Management Systems

Buying order management software requires extensive pre-purchase research. Not only do you have dozens of potential solutions to evaluate, your existing system processes may need to be updated. As you know, the fulfillment process has grown increasingly complex. Investing in an enterprise order management system can help you streamline your processes, integrate with existing CRM software, and manage transactions across multiple channels. That said, it's not a simple matter of picking a product, installing it, and watching the magic happen. Use these best practices to make the best buying decision possible.

Read more here:

1 comment:

  1. For wholesale distributors of fast-moving consumer goods, FMCG, (TARGET), who’s sales reps and/or customers need to place remote orders on portable, wireless computing devices (FOR) employing mobile order management software that is fast, reliable, powerful, flexible, easy-to-use, 100% “native” with scores of trade-specific features and full back-office integration (DIFF), containing “core logic” developed and supported by the one enterprise software company, Ai2, with the utmost industry knowledge, ability and longevity (RTB)
    order management