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Ability to manage store associate user accounts
Store Manager should be able to create/update users with associate roles in their store e.g when a new associate is hired or leaves.
Also, a Corporate Store Manager should be able to create update users for any store with any role
Store Replenishment based on reorder point for certain items
As inventory reaches to re-order point, based on setup at product / store / org level, store should automatically or manually (via store manager) trigger a Transfer Inventory Request from DC. This request can also go to an Inventory Planner who wo...
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...
Ability to capture personalization on items
Allow using configurator to capture/add Personalization on top of an item e.g. rubber stamping/embroidery etc. on top of an item via Store Order.
As a store manager/planner, I could go through the store during the course of day and add items to my list via scan or manual entry. I could create multiple such lists. I could submit these lists for replenishment. This internally could directly ...
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...
Improvements in Blind Returns
Be able to process a blind return however, larger amount may require a manager override
Issue gift card for the amount, issue credit to a credit card with manager override (CC info manually typed in)
Exchange order with blind return items wher...
Allow creation of waves in batch picking
Orders are divided into waves based on attributes like date/sla/type (pick/ship) etc. before batches are created for each wave based on attributes like zone/sku etc.
Store Operations Dashboard
A way to show stats on a big/projected screen e.g. where are you in line for pickup as a customer during peak season or a different screen for daily / weekly / monthly stats/graphs etc. or in the backroom for store associates running list of tasks...
UI efficiency improvements for finding partially actioned orders to complete from store (including reprint picklist)
Store users wanting to quickly find a partial order in the system corresponding to a partially packed order on their backroom counter that is missing its picklist, store users finding an item on the backroom table after packing many orders and wan...
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