A newer class of Supply Chain software called Distributed Order Management (DOM) has become essential to powering omnichannel retail and direct-to-consumer ecommerce applications.
In those scenarios, DOM is used to rapidly enable new ecommerce processes such as BOPIS (buy-online, pick-up in store), store fulfillment, vendor drop ship and more without modifying existing systems. Another important feature is identifying the optimal sourcing point that meets customer requirements at the least possible cost while considering network capacities and constraints. DOM serves as the key technology to integrate points of interaction, points of fulfillment, and points of return.
But there is much more. There has never been a supply chain software platform that enables companies to precisely define business and fulfillment strategies and then dynamically execute those plans for each and every order – in addition to quickly adapting to strategies and needs over time.
This power from DOM applies both to B2C and B2B use cases, with the concept of the “enterprise order hub” frequently driving DOM adoption.
In this excellent webinar, we’ll give you an inside look at how DOM drives value and performance, review the highlights of DOM functionalities, and provide the keys to DOM implementation and usage success.
All this from two experts who literally wrote the book on DOM, “The Little Book of Distributed Order Management.”
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