What is ecommerce fulfilment
The ecommerce fulfilment process is what happens behind the scenes once an item has been purchased online. The aim is to ensure the customer receives the correct items purchased, and to receive their package on time.
on time fulfilment
Destock what has sold before it sells again
The goal is simple, ensure what has just been sold is not available to be sold again. In reality this is hard to achieve, double selling products can result in failure to fulfil, and that leads to unhappy customers and, over time, damage to your reputation.
TRIMS Fulfilment is a set of processes and tools built on a real-time infrastructure for successful fulfilment of orders, and prevention of product oversell. In short, what is sold through any sales channel is made unavailable for selling elsewhere, then picked, packed and dispatched.
eCommerce Order Allocation
Fast allocation greatly reduces the chance of oversell
Orders from all channels aggregate into one central view. A fulfilment location for each order item is quickly allocated either by manual selection or through automated rules. The allocation process is fast and can alert a store, or warehouse, with a ‘Pick Request’ just seconds after an order is placed, ensuring the item is picked quickly, greatly reducing the chance of oversell.
Avoid failure to fulfil by monitoring pending pick requests
Visibility of the fulfilment chain shows you the status of what has been allocated and where. Monitor the rate in which products are picked, minimising fulfilment issues.
Clear & Concise Picking
Validation ensures the correct colour and size variant is dispatched
Pick Station alerts the location to pending Pick Requests. Alerts are triggered the second the items are allocated to the store or warehouse, allowing the items to be taken off the shelf quickly to avoid overselling.
For dispatching deliveries, Pack Mode validates the correct items are being packed to avoid incorrect sizes and colours being sent.