The orders coming offline (at the store front) or coming from a channel not integrated with Uniware must be created manually.
Follow simple steps to create an order in the system:
On the ‘Orders’ page, click
Add details to create an order.
Select the products and update their quantity and base price (which is tax inclusive). Uniware will calculate the grand total of the order.
NOTE:- Uniware provides the feature to see existing inventory count against the item SKU. This will ease inventory management and offline sales.
NOTE: You can add only 1999 order items in a single order. This is not applicable for the orders created via POS feature.
You can check the new order created on the Orders page by filtering according to the order number, channel or even its status.
Once the order is created, you can either wait for Inventory allocation process to run on it, or trigger it manually by clicking the Order ID and selecting the action.
You can easily import the orders in bulk. The task can be accomplished on the Orders page.
1. Click the import icon
2. Select the channel from the available list of channels.
3. Choose the CSV file to be uploaded.
4. But if you don't know the template, just download it from this screen and fill the sheet to upload it.
Please see the following list of the mandatory fields to be uploaded in the sheet (and their respective meanings):
Sale Order Code : It is a unique alphanumeric code to recognise an order.
COD :Set it to 1 if order is COD (Cash on Delivery). For a prepaid order it is set to 0.
Sale Order Item Code : The unique alpha numeric value for recognizing the Sale Order item.
Shipping Method : Specify whether it is COD or Prepaid Order.
Item SKU Code : The SKU code with which the product has been defined in the system.
Selling Price : Also please mention the Selling price against every order item in the bulk upload sheet.
After successful import, the orders will be available on the Orders page.
Learn about Order Sync
How to process orders in Uniware?
Learn how to create POS (point of sale) orders in Uniware.