The Little Book of Distributed Order Management
BIG ideas. small Package.
Distributed Order Management (DOM) has emerged as an essential technology to support Omnichannel commerce, enabling rapid deployment of required new capabilities (e.g., BOPIS), increasing profitability through optimal order sourcing, balancing inventories across the network, and more.
But DOM solutions are driving value outside of retail as well, from powering “Order Hubs” that connect multiple and diverse order management systems, optimizing order fulfillment in B2B applications, and powering new distribution strategies.
Yet, despite its growing prominence in the supply chain, DOM technology is not well understood.
This new Little Book of Distributed Order Management solves that challenge by:
- Concisely explaining the history of DOM
- Identifying the seven most prominent DOM use cases
- Detailing key DOM functionality
- Providing real world deployment examples
- Summarizing keys to implementation success
Great introduction to DOM that goes well beyond the typical primer or DOM for Dummies! Clearly, it identifies the options available to those just sticking their feet into the DOM and supply chain systems water as well as those looking to take their existing order management system(s) to the next level.”
Director, St. Onge
Distributed Order Management is changing the landscape in supply chain execution. If you want a concise primer on DOM functionality, application use cases, and how DOM delivers value in retail and beyond, this Little Book provides all that and more. A good read."
VP Technology, Tompkins International
Whether you’re just interested in learning more about this new technology, starting a search for DOM solutions, or getting up to speed on a potential new project, this Little Book will strongly enhance your knowledge in a quick and easy read. You can download the e-book or request a physical book be mailed to you.