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Exporting order files from One Stop Order Processing #TopTipTuesday
Posted by Beth Rose on 24 April 2018 10:19 AM

In this week’s Top Tip Tuesday post, we will be covering One Stop Order Processing’s feature exporting order files, that are compatible for couriers , accounting software and others software’s that you may use.

The Issue

Manually entering order details into your couriers/ accounting software can take a long time and there is an increased chance of error.

1StopOrders Solution

Orders can be quickly exported in a format that is suitable to import into other software’s such as Sage, My Hermes and many more.

How it Works?

One Stop Order Processing contains pre-set order export format that contains the information required for each external platform. Then with a few clicks you can generate a CSV file containing the order information from chosen orders. These exports are fully customizable and additional fields can be easily added.

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Automatically sending emails with One Stop Order Processing #TTT
Posted by Zoe Strassen on 17 April 2018 10:08 AM

In this week’s Top Tip Tuesday post we will be covering One Stop Order Processing’s ability to send emails

The Issue

Individually sending emails to customers can become time-consuming. It is also not always practical to send sales emails and invoices due to the time it takes to complete this.

1StopOrders Solution

Emails can be sent from One Stop Order Processing in batches, as the orders are imported or on request for situations such as invoice request.

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How it Works?

Emails can be sent using One Stop Order Processing via an SMTP or MAPI client. Templates can be setup containing attachments such as invoices, courier labels and files. Furthermore, Batch Order Processing can be setup to automatically send an after sales email after a chosen number of days.

Extra Tip?

As an email is sent a flag can be set for the order ensuring that the email will not be resent to the customer.

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There are 3 different types of One Stop Order Processing licenses all designed to suit different types of businesses. Each license can be used to dramatically reduce your order processing time. In this 3-part series of blog posts I will talk you through how to get the most out of the license that you choose and some hints and tips on how to use One Stop Order Processing.

The Professional License

The Professional license is the middle license. It allows you to complete many tasks automatically and export orders in a file. You are also able to send emails from the software.

Key features

Exporting orders

You are able to export your orders into a format that suits your needs. One Stop Order Processing contains pre-set export templates for couriers such as My Hermes and DPD, accounting software etc. You are also able to easily create your own templates allowing you to create a file showing the information that you need.

In house stock control and management

You are able to track your stock levels from your selling channels within the software, you can then easily export a file containing these stock levels that can be imported into your selling channels

Tracking details

You can import your tracking details in bulk to One Stop Order Processing, then when your orders are shipped this will be automatically passed back to your selling channels, helping you to keep your seller metrics up.

Predictive stock control

One Stop Order Processing can predict your stock reorder date. This works on lead times and the average quantity sold over a chosen time period. You can then simply generate a report showing you all of the products that you need to reorder each day.

Advanced Order Processor

The advanced order processor allows you to automatically run tasks that can highlight and change specific fields, and check for deliveries.

Print courier labels within the software

You are able to generate most of your courier labels through One Stop Order Processing. You can then print them out on your invoice using integrated labels to avoid having to pair all of the labels up.

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