Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the idea of delivering a global-scale OMS project without customer and service providers ever meeting face-to-face seemed impossible…
Discover how we launched a rapid, 2-phase, global omnichannel programme for an iconic German footwear brand, over a period of 16 weeks and entirely remotely.
We are working with a client who have a high number of overseas orders in a number of locations (some examples being USA and Japan).
Although their configured sourcing logic means OMS will fulfil these orders via local stores where possible, due to shallow stock in stores, this is is not always feasible. Thus, there is a need for large numbers of parcels to be sent from the Client’s main DC in Europe, to these locations.
We delivered an OMS implementation for a client with a large DC operation, which uses an industry standard, enterprise level ERP and WMS.
The client were keen to undertake the DC picking activities in their WMS, but required a more streamlined and simplified interface for the packing and shipping process.
This business’ retail trade consists of websites and over 500 franchises, which are DIY stores & garden centres.
Their continuing expansion meant an order management system was required to be the conduit between their selling systems and ERP.