Our solutions thrive in complex environments. Different order types, units of measure, picking methods, and shipping methods are a common place in this vertical. In addition, there are often many possible fulfillment nodes including warehouses, stores, and 3PL partners. Softeon WMS, WES, and DOM are designed to tackle these challenges.


Empowering Omnichannel Retailers with Fulfillment Excellence

Today, with the transformative impact of ecommerce, retailers, and omnichannel companies, brand companies must acquire a new set of fulfillment capabilities. Those include:

Support a variety of picking methods and units of measure to support omnichannel environments. 

Ability to support retail cross docking and flow through warehouses. 

Value added services and kitting operations. 

Returns processing based on user definable disposition codes. 

Ability to easily integrate to a wide variety of automation often used in retail and omnichannel warehouses. 

Optimizing Fulfillment with Softeon’s Dynamic Order Management and Warehouse Integration

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Softeon’s Distributed Order Management System (DOM empowers fulfillment orchestration at the network level. It identifies the optimal sourcing point across the extended network based on real-time visibility. This solution takes into account inventories, customer commitments, and service level agreements (SLAs), supply chain capacities and constraints, as well as shipping costs and other attributes.

Our advanced rules engine analyzes various variables to identify and execute the fulfillment paths that satisfy customers. Additionally, these rules can be easily modified over time to meet changing needs and strategies, without requiring new coding.

Our Warehouse Management + Execution System orchestrates fulfillment efficiency at distribution centers. It dynamically applies optimization rules for each order and pick, using continuous condition and event monitoring. to meet demand This ensures demand and SLAs are met at the lowest possible operating cost.

That includes coordinating selections from various sources and automation/technologies to maintain a steady flow of goods. Throughout a day or shift, priorities are dynamically adjusted, shifting from early optimization to meeting service levels and carrier deadlines as the end approaches.

The result:

Maximum profitability and happy customers

Make Sense of WMS, WCS, and WES.

Understand the differences and how they work together to optimize your operations.

Revolutionizing Retail Distribution with Softeon’s Advanced Capabilities

Those proven new capabilities, in addition to the core distribution requirements commonly needed by retailers – such as strong support for crossdocking/flow through, put-to-store, advanced wave management, waveless order release processes, and much more.

Softeon is also the leader in supporting distribution automation. That includes taking direct control of order picking subsystems without the need for any additional software, reducing costs and optimizing fulfillment performance. Directly supported technologies include Voice, smart carts, pick-to-light, goods-to-person systems, put walls, mobile robots and more.

Softeon Solutions

Softeon Warehouse Management
Warehouse Management
System (WMS)

The WMS adapts to multi-channel orders, adjusts workflows, optimizes pick-lines based on demand, and ensures robust tracking for compliance.

Warehouse Execution System
Warehouse Execution System (WES)

Softeon offers a fully integrated WES along with our Warehouse Management System (WMS) that helps supply chain leaders manage broad and complex integration along with warehouse orchestration. In other words, Softeon’s WES becomes the central nervous system of your warehouse.

Distributed Order Management (DOM)
Distributed Order
Management (DOM)

DOM orchestrates various order types – home delivery, specialty drugs, refrigerated, hazardous, USP 800, Schedule 1 and 2, controlled substances, etc.

Softeon drives retail distribution performance by delivering on a number of key Capabilities

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