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    10 Best Ecommerce Order Management Software in 2016

    Liana Kailey Adventurer

      An effective order management system helps in processing orders from multiple sales channels without clutter. Classification of orders, billing, invoicing, analyzing customers’ purchase behaviour, time-based sales highs and lows, average order values and much more can be done with a perfect ordering managing system in place.


      In my recent study I have stumbled upon a list of best order management software for small business in 2016. Here they are.


      1) Contalog


      Contalog, is a leading multi-channel order management system available in the market today that is laden with intuitive features like partial order processing, real-time order status, on-demand order reports, invoicing, tracking shipping status, inventory management, field sales enhancement, digital catalog, etc. It is offered at an unbelievable price of $9 dollars for 10 users up to 100 orders.


      2) Brightpearl


      Brightpearl, is one of the best order management system that promises to make order management easy for businesses with multiple sales channels. All the orders are compiled into a single interface from where they can be processed efficiently for various tracking and accounting functions.


      3) Tradegecko


      Tradegecko is equipped with simple and easy to use tools that will help businesses manage their orders easily. With the helps of cloud connectivity, orders can be synchronized with real-time inventory levels using uniform and consistent customer and material data.


      4) Stitchlabs


      Stitchlabs (cloud-based app) helps to bring together sales order information from multiple sales channels through cloud connectivity. The multi channel order management system gives sales insights with order analytics, order tracking and can also be integrated with accounting solutions like Xero, QuickBooks, etc.


      5) Veeqo


      Veeqo: inventory and order management cloud application promises to help businesses cut down the average time taken for order processing. The multi channel order management system offers key information in a single windows for quick analysis and management. Users also have the facility to filter orders based on store location, stock location, shipping destination, etc.


      6) Orderbot


      Orderbot claims to use a logical workflow that reduces the possibility of errors that are commonplace in most order management systems. As a cloud based ERP, Orderbot goes a step ahead to cut down the number of redundant processes that prevent the quick processing of orders.


      7) Expandly


      Expandly makes it easy to monitor, control and manage orders from multiple sales channels using a single admin dashboard. It is also possible to integrate an existing order management system into Expandly using an exclusive Expandly API.


      8) Ordoro


      Ordoro, as it tagline says, surely does pick up from ecommerce leaves off. The order management system provides a whole package for keeping inventory records from all store location synced together. Undoubtedly, Ordoro used to the best cloud connectivity to avoid inventory pile up by ensuring a robust shipping process by linking products to dropshippers in batches.


      9) Linnworks


      Linnworks fares well compared to other order management systems by providing centralized access to all pending and processed orders in a single screen. All information like how many items have been packaged, shipped, are in transit, remaining in inventory can be quickly seen from a single screen.


      10) Solidcommerce

      Solidcommerce offers businesses a solid solution to manage inventory and do lot more with minimal features. A powerful search option with various filters provides a quick way of finding specific set of orders for information sharing or retrieval.


      These are the 10 best order management software for ecommerce business in today's market scenario. Which one are you going to pick for your growing business?