Creating revenue streams with superior experience and seamless order fulfilment.

Order Processing Made Easy

API integration for Bluedart, Fedex, Aramex, Delhivery, Ecom Express etc:-

  • Import Orders
  • Print Shipping Labels & GST ready Invoices
  • Create Manifest & Request for Pickup


Worldwide retail sector is set to grow aggressively post 2016 as more and more players adopt a logistics centered model to instill efficiency in their operations. Most of them have successfully implemented GPS vehicle tracking systems to optimize their routes and deliveries. Hub management has taken a new dimension for traditional retail ever since the incorporated the celebrated features of e-commerce. All the big retailers have upgraded their SLA tracking, capacity and delivery planning, including partial deliveries.

About Retail

eCommerce growth has changed the rules. The world is now driven by faster and free deliveries, which makes logistics the most important link between consumers & retailers.

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Retail ERP systems make automation possible saving costs and speeding up deliveries. A cashier ringing up the next-to-last shirt can automatically trigger a replenishment shipment from the warehouse. Accepting an online order creates a sales order to be filled, prepares the cash receipt from the credit card processor, schedules a pick list in the warehouse, and creates a parcel shipment tracking number with no further human intervention.

Reduces Shipping Costs

No debate here. As expressed above, ship-from-store order consolidation reduces the cost of shipping goods to fulfill a customer order. Instead of shipping two, three or four boxes of goods from various store locations with partial inventory, it consolidates all inventory to one location, into one box. It then lets the retailer do the smart thing, by shipping one customer order, once.Given that all retailers want to increase the AOV of online orders, store order consolidation reduces costs, thereby increasing margins. All in all, great for business.

Drop shipping

Retail selling does not require a product in inventory these days. Drop shipping is a process where the retailer buys a product and requests delivery to the customer and not to the store or the retailer’s warehouse. ERP provides for a purchase order with the customer’s address as the delivery point. When the product is delivered, two events occur: the customer gets a bill and the supplier gets a check.

Returned merchandise

Modern ERP systems can help eliminate store returns that clutter the stock room and require a shipment back to the supplier. ERP can coordinate with parcel delivery companies and the customer only needs to print a shipping label and take his product to a convenient drop-off point.

Supply chain visibility

Knowing what is on the way to a store or warehouse and when it will be on hand allows a retailer to sell merchandise he does not have yet with confidence that the customer will get delivery when expected. Supply chain visibility also helps a retailer know when a shipment might still be on another continent or held in customs. This knowledge can prevent the embarrassment of scheduling a sale when the product is due to be late.