The OrderWise Blog
Welcome to the official OrderWise blog, the best place to gain access to the latest OrderWise news, development updates, case studies, answers to FAQs and topical advice on the best business processes.
The OrderWise offices will be open for normal office hours, 8am to 5pm, during the working days between Christmas and New Year and closed on weekends as normal. We’d also like to take this time to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone here at OrderWise!read more
From multiple award successes, over 600 new software features and our first Business Connect Expo over the summer, it really has been another hallmark year for the company. With 2018 coming to an end, we thought we’d stop and take a look back at some of the most memorable moments and biggest software additions that we have seen over the past 12 months.read more
Following on from our new integration to Sage 50 last month, we have now introduced integration with Sage 200c 2018 in the latest release of OrderWise. This integration is introduced ahead of the impending change to Making Tax Digital (MTD) which comes into effect in April 2019, and as always we must remind customers to update OrderWise before updating to this version of Sage 200c.read more
The OrderWise eCommerce platform offers fully integrated websites and portals, helping you to manage your online or multi-channel business more effectively. Following constant evolution throughout 2018, this month also sees several new features added to help drive more sales and repeat custom through an integrated OrderWise eCommerce website.read more
OrderWise CRM already offers Outlook Email and Calendar integration, which gives staff the ability to have synchronised diary schedules between both platforms and add new activities from directly within Microsoft Outlook emails. Now extending this existing functionality, this month we have welcomed several new features to OrderWise CRM, including the ability to start an email from within a customer contact record.read more
Businesses operating through multiple different couriers must ensure they attach a printed address label to each product before shipping, however sometimes couriers themselves will provide the label. This month, OrderWise has introduced brand new functionality which prevents shipping address labels being printed against a specific delivery method or courier.read more