The OrderWise Blog – General News
From the latest industry happenings to the most recent OrderWise Software updates, it’s all here in our General News section.
Feeling bogged down by manually retrieving your performance data? We hear you. Whether you’re using a pre-existing programme, online dashboards creator, a mixture of resources or nothing at all, gathering the data to make KPI dashboards is a tedious task. However, they are a vital part of business and shouldn’t be ignored.read more
We know the lead up to Christmas can be the busiest time of year for a lot of you, which is why our Support Team is on hand until the big day to provide answers to your all-important queries.
However, the office will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, Friday 27 December and New Year’s Day.
It is the buzz phrase that all retail publications are discussing – omni-channel. As the notion becomes increasingly prevalent, retail businesses strive to create an omni-channel shopping experience in their own operations that improves customer service.read more
We are constantly enhancing our software to help users increase the accuracy, efficiency and productivity of all their daily processes. Now the October release of OrderWise sees a tool to manage on hold grace periods added, even more customer pricing flexibility and functionality to manage demand across multiple locations.read more
Here at OrderWise, we are constantly enhancing our software functionality to help businesses maximise their opportunities. This August sees 36 new developments to our software, including four new features to aid sales processing, the ability to manage group VAT returns within OrderWise and a new auto-generate invoice function. We also have three new feature articles with insights on Back to School trading, Magento 1 End-of-Life and the value of giving customers express delivery options.read more
This month, fashion retail giant ASOS made headlines after announcing that their profits are expected to be up to 46% down on their initial £55m forecast. When citing the reasons for this, ASOS executives stated issues with the roll out of new automated systems and subsequent stock shortages across their EU and US warehouses that have impacted on their sales. With this in mind, we decided to break down where exactly it went wrong for ASOS and delve into the three major lessons that other businesses can learn from their mistakes.read more