Head of eCommerce at OFFICE
08 December 2008 18:32pm
I'm looking for some ecommerce order processing software that is effectively stand-alone, in that it is not a part of a larger software package.
Does such software exist?
The software is for use in a large footwear retail business and will server to process and handle the distribution of orders to stores and warehouses inside our business.
Can anyone suggest some potential software providers/packages to me?
Technical Project Manager (MBA, MBCS, CITP, CEng) at Naxtech.com
08 December 2008 21:29pm
I am not aware of any software dedicated to this. I could however help you look into the creation of something custom-made to meet your requirements. Contact me for a brief telephone chat to see if there's anything I can do to help or if I can suggest any potential solutions.
09 December 2008 14:48pm
Without knowing anything about your set-up, would agree with Denis above that prob. have to be some bespoking. Would have thought the easiest option would be to get your e-commerce developers to add this on..?
Managing Director at Instiller
09 December 2008 15:29pm
Hi Paul, our clients work in a combination of ways. Some use back-office solutions as well as the ecommerce solution but some use only the ecommerce solution we provide to them.
Would be good to talk through your requirements, my email address is email@example.com if you want to discuss things further
CTO at Software Support Solutions
10 December 2008 08:58am
Hi Paul, My company has spent the last couple of years developing just the solution you are talking about. We have also successfully implemented it with retailers. It is not a warehouse management system rather a hub for processing inbound orders from multiple sources and then distributing relevant warehouse systems. I would be more than happy to talk through your requirements. Regards, Trevor
Owner at Practical E-Business
10 December 2008 09:49am
Obvious, but worth asking - can you get what you need from your existing system provider?
If not, have a look at www.ultimateweb.co.uk and talk to Ben Ravilious or Ian Scotland.
They work on the 80/20 rule - i.e. 80% of what you need is similar to others, and 20% is what makes you unique.
and they do integration with other systems as the norm!
Of course it depends on what you need, but this might give you a starting point.
15 July 2011 11:47am
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