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Last Updated: Aug 10, 2017 05:16PM IST
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Billing Party: Billing party is created to associate billing parties with a Sales channel so that we can sell with different seller names and to maintain different invoice series at different market places.
 
Back Orders: These are the unfulfillable orders in the systems. In other words, these are the orders for which PO must be raised with vendors for inventory replenishment and order processing.
System understanding of Back Orrders = Open Sale - Open Purchase - Inventory - Putaway pending - Inventory Adjustment
 
Blocked Inventory: The inventory count to be sold specifically on a particular channel. Thus,inventory available to sold on other channels =  the total inventory count of a product - blocked inventory on this channel.
 
Bundle: A bundle is not a distinct product in itself, but only a collection or combination of other products in varying quantities. It is just like a basket of products which can be customized. So when we sell it, we don’t hold inventory of a bundle as a standalone item. 
The inventory availability of a bundle is determined by the inventory availability of its constituent items.
 
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Customer: Customer is that consumer whom you bill on a regular basis. We can define a customer within the system and create order with using the code of this customer.

Custom channel: 
Custom channel is a B2B channel configured in our system. This channel does not require order or inventory sync. If you have an offline store and want to create orders manually or bulk import those via CSV files, then you select your sales channel as "CUSTOM".
 
Channel Pendency: The orders on a channel which will be created at Uniware only after the required inventory for each order is committed. Channel pendency is used only for the channels HomeShop18 and Naaptol. 
 
Channel-Product SKU Mapping: It's an association between the Product SKU code (as defined at Uniware) and the respective Channel SKU code.
 
Channel SKU code: The SKU code for each product to be identified at a particular channel. It is a unique code defined by the channel for each product like (ASIN in Amazon, SUPC in snapdeal)
 
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Dispatched: When the shipment has been handed over to the courier provider/ marketplace for delivery to the user then its status is updated to DISPATCHED.
 
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GRN: GRN (Goods Received Note) is a record used to confirm all goods have been received and often compared to a purchase order payment is issued.It is defined to secure the outbound transactions and ensure a smarter way of managing and keeping a track of the inventory for those products which were not dispatched for fulfilling an order. The scenario may be, a product is sent out for only exhibition purpose, return it to vendor in case of QC rejection or discarding the bad inventory etc.

Gatepass: Gatepass is a simple document containing the detail of items while making any Inventory movement outside the warehouse

 
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Invoice: It is a list of all the products sold in an order, containing the total payable sum by the user (including taxes).

Invoice Series: Every invoice carries a unique Invoice ID, which is individually maintained by each company. These invoice IDs have a common prefix and an incremental series. 
 
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Label: An identification label pasted on the shipment, it carries the user address, courier provider's name and the AWB number, for identification while in transit.
 
 
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Marketplace: A sales channel where you can find products coming from multiple vendors. Users buy from the marketplace and the customer care is also the responsibility of this channel.
 
 
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Open Purchase: The number of orders (unfulfillable order items) for which PO have been raised with the vendors. In other words, Those POs which are in waiting for approval or approved stage are open purchase.
 

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Packed: When a shipment is invoiced or billed, then its status is updated to PACKED.

Pending Inventory Assessment: The number of unverified orders on a channel constitutes its pending inventory assessment.
 
Putaway pending: The products which are to be placed on their respective shelves. These items when placed on the shelves leads to inventory update.
Putaway can be done for the cancelled orders, returned items, Goods received for PO raised, gatepass items and transferred items (in case of multi warehouse).

POS: Point of Sale  is used ti go generate the retail invoice for in shop selling goods

Purchase Order: Purchase Order is a document shared with the vendor indicating the product (SKUs), their respective quantities and the agreed price. It is basically a communication of ‘intention to buy’.
 

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Ready to Ship: When shipping label is generated for a shipment, it contains the courier provider details and AWB number assigned to the shipment, then it is marked as READY TO SHIP. In case any of the above mentioned information is missing then the shipment's status remains PACKED.

Reorders: The system is capable of notifying you the exhaustion of an Item SKU. When an item is about to exhaust, you can 'Reorder' it from the same system notification.

Reconciliation:
Unicommerce provides a feature of Payment reconciliation
 Once you (a seller) actually receive the payment from the respective marketplace, the system will highlight the difference, if any and you can easily identify the point of discrepancy (if any) to be sorted.
Reconciliation can be switched on from the channel details page.
Now, with Payment Reconciliation in place, you can generate your entire P&L by specifying the input product cost, as it would help you identify payment received against an order item and compare it to the
cost for which you procured the order item
 

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SKU/ SKU code: The Stock Keeping Unit, a unique code for each product, used as an identifier for each item within the Uniware system.
 
Seller SKU code (on channel): For each product being sold on a channel (marketplace) by a seller, channel gives an option to tag seller defined SKU to channel SKU code (like with ASIN in Amazon).

Shelf: Any storage facility or a warehouse will find a large range of shelves and shelving units. These installations are designed for maximum efficiency in storing the products and an ease of use to identify
products placement.
 

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