Overview

  • For each sales channel, you decide which warehouse(s) should be available to fulfill the orders from that channel. 
  • If you have more than 1 warehouse, you can change the ranking of the warehouses to make some have higher priority.
  • Veeqo will go through the list of warehouses and will allocate as much stock from each warehouse per line item in the order.


Examples of how Veeqo splits orders between multiple warehouses

In this example, a retailer operates 4 warehouses with the following stock levels. These warehouses are ranked in order of priority, with London first.

Warehouse

T-shirt

Socks

Scarf

London

7

1

0

New York

0

6

1

Paris

2

0

5

The following table shows scenarios of where the orders would be routed, based on available inventory.

Customer order

Warehouse allocated

Note

1 T-shirt

London

There were enough T-shirts in London to fulfill this order

1 T-shirt

1 scarf

A t-shirt allocated to London and a scarf allocated to New York.

There were not enough scarves in London, so the order was split to New York.

2 T-shirts

2 socks

2 T-shirts allocated to London.

1 sock allocated to London and 1 to New York.

There were not enough socks in London, so the order was split between London and New York

7 T-shirts

London

There were enough T-shirts in London to fulfill this order

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