How backorder stock is handled
If a customer places an order containing a product which is currently not in stock, you will be able to place it on backorder to be fulfilled at a later date. During the picking stage, if any products are not picked, they will automatically be placed on backorder.
Backorder lines are assembled into a new pick slip and will display as ‘ready to pick’. To access these at any time, simply click the ‘Ready to Pick’ button within the status selection bar on your dashboard.
Backorder items can be invoiced with the original picked items, or separately.
About Spenda’s Sales Order Management tool
Spenda’s Sales Order Management System is a digital solution and online portal that enables businesses to easily manage pricing, distribution, payments and tracking of shipments. Consolidate orders sold in-store via point of sale, online or by a ...
How to send a sales order as a quote
Whether you are processing B2B sales from your online marketplace, or placing goods on backorder from the trading desk, Spenda's Sales Order Management software allows you to send your customer a quote of their order in just a few clicks. To do ...
How to generate an Invoice for a Sales Order
At the time of finalising Packing stage, an invoice will be automatically generated. If you wish to do this earlier in the process, open a Sales Order from the Sales Order Management home screen. From this screen you can either; Delete the order, ...
How to view your sales orders
You can access your Spenda account by visiting https://my.spenda.co/ Once logged in, select the module ‘Sales Orders’ under the ‘Selling’ column. On your dashboard you will be able to view all your orders, with the ability to filter via status, ...
How to send an order to the picking stage
You can easily manage the entire process of your sales workflow, including the picking stage. To do this, begin by creating an order or selecting a 'Draft' sales order from your list. You can see the order status in the far-right column on your ...