Automate Your Order-to-Cash Processes with Oracle Netsuite Oracle management
Today’s business environment demands efficient, transparent and automated order fulfilment. It’s what differentiates your business and creates loyal customers who buy more and become brand advocates. NetSuite Order Management enables you to meet and exceed rising customer expectations for quick, accurate order fulfilment, while profitably scaling your business.
The order management features of Oracle NetSuite help streamline the order processing by removing manual bottlenecks, minimising mistakes and maintaining a smooth flow from the sales quote to ensure timely invoicing and payment. The order and billing management capabilities of Oracle NetSuite, integrate your sales, finance and fulfilment teams—improving quote accuracy, eliminating billing errors, strengthen revenue recognition processes and driving fulfilment accuracy and efficiency.
Get a single source of truth for inventory, spanning warehouses, stores and 3PL locations. Manage commitments and Available to-Promise (ATP) inventory accurately across all channels, linking commerce to your supply chain.
Boost inventory management across all locations with inventory planning, replenishment and warehouse management capabilities.
A seamless omnichannel experience requires customer service representatives (CSRs) and store associates to be empowered with order management capabilities to help them with customer inquiries about product availability, placing orders and managing post-order changes and issues.
Key Benefits Order Management
- Improve Cashflow
Simple, automated order-to-cash processing improves your cash flow.
- Increase On-Time Delivery
Use sophisticated rules to determine the optimal shipping location.
- Reduce Shipping Costs
Ship from the closest location that meets your customers’ delivery expectations.
- Be a Trusted Business Partner
Keep your customers satisfied and engaged with native CRM functionality.
Oracle NetSuite for Financial Services
For financial services companies, the pace of change continues to accelerate at an unprecedented rate.