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No Frills Order Processing for Omni Orders | New Flow

Omni Order/Hopping is a functionality that empowers store staff to accept or reject individual items within an order. Upon rejection, the item seamlessly transitions to another store. As a component of our omnichannel solutions, Uniware facilitates manual or automatic hopping of orders between stores.

In order to enhance store efficiency and streamline operations, Uniware has introduced the “No Frills Order Processing” a simplified and straightforward method of handling store orders focusing on essential tasks, such as order acceptance, rejection, and fulfillment.

This feature enables store staff to view all actionable order items on a single page, facilitating seamless processing of store orders from one centralized location to serves multiple purposes:

1- Improve visibility of all the pending actions in the store.
2- Reducing operating costs to enhance the bottom line.
3- Elevating the customer experience through improved fulfillment rates and Service Level Agreements (SLA).
4- Ensuring packages are handed over to respective shippers, regardless of the initial channels.


Version: Enterprise clients with Store Orders or Omni Channel hopping feature.
Traceability: None and SKU


  • Facility Level Config: Simplified Omni Order Processing”
    • Enabled with scan based acceptance
    • Enabled without scan based acceptance
    • Disabled
  • Channel Setting Configuration: “Omni Channel Orders”
Screen Navigation:

All orders(Omni/Storeorders) will be visible in “Omnichannel Orders“, where you can take action as per bulk or single order processing.

This page contains the following majors tabs

    • New: displays all fresh orders awaiting acceptance or rejection. Here you can take action as per bulk or single order processing.
    • Accepted: displays all orders that have been accepted and waiting for processing next.
    • In Process: displays all orders that are currently in progress, invoiced(packed).
    • Ready to Ship : displays all orders that are labeled and ready for shipping.
    • Cancelled: displays all cancelled orders.
    • Putaway Pending: shows all Orders for which putback or putaway is required.
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      • Rejected: displays all orders which are rejected at the store.
      • Upcoming: displays all orders which can be processed after a fixed time interval only.
      • Completed: displays all orders which are completed at the store.


There are three different workflows for different types of sellers.
  1. Single order processing (Without scan based acceptance) – in ‘NONE or SKU’ trace facility
  2. Bulk order processing (Without scan based acceptance) – in ‘NONE or SKU’ trace facility
  3. Scan based order processing (with scan based acceptance) – only in the SKU trace facility


Without scan based acceptance

Order Acceptance/Rejection

1- New Tab: Users have the flexibility to either select multiple orders for acceptance or review individual order details one by one. They can accept or reject items using the “PROCESS” action button accordingly.

2- View Order Screen, here user can review the item’s summary and take detailed actions such as accepting or rejecting orders. When rejecting an item, users are prompted to provide a reason for rejection.

Order Processing

3- After completing all tasks and clicking the “Save & Process” button, the system will display the opportunity to generate the invoice and label according to the channel setting configuration.

Channel Setting: Single Action Invoice Label New

  • Case1: If the setting is toggled to “OFF,” the system will initially present the “Create Invoice” button upon successful completion of the task, followed by the option to “Create Label.
  • Case2: If the setting is toggled to “Merge Invoice label URL” it shows the action button “Create Invoice and Label” at one go.




4- Now you can go next for ready for dispatch or go back to process pending orders in a similar way.


5- This section provides an extensive list of shipping partners for which packages are ready for handover.

For further details, click on the “View” button.


6- Upon clicking the “View” button next to a specific shipping provider, you will gain access to detailed package information. From here, you have the option to add packages to the manifest either through bulk actions or individually, as per your preference.

7- Now you can check the manifest is ready to print and packages are dispatched in UC.


Keep in mind:

  • If the store staff creates manifest and dispatches at different points of time then he will have to dispatch multiple manifests, each corresponding to a different channel.
  • If there are no allocation rules then giving manual AWB number is not supported in the workflow, for this the seller will have to go to the shipment page of order (old flow) and edit the shipping details.
  • No visibility of cancelled shipments while dispatching manifest. Cancelled shipments will automatically get removed and will appear in the cancelled tab.