Cegid’s Distributed Order Management Software enables retailers to:

  • Sell more by exposing your stores’ stock

  • Fulfil customer orders faster and better

  • Leverage your stores’ network, prime locations and resources

  • Optimise costs and limit carbon footprint

Collaborative Allocation leveraging the power of your stores

Agility, control, optimisation, collaboration, these are needs that every retailer has when it comes to omnichannel order Management. To answer these needs, Cegid Retail’s Distributed Order Management is entirely configurable to adapt to each retailer’s organisation.

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In its recent Order Management Market Study, the retail analyst IHL recognised Cegid as one of the worldwide leading vendors of Order Management Systems. According to IHL, Cegid is the retail OMS vendor with the highest number of retail specific installs, with a presence in more than 50 countries around the world. To answer modern shoppers increasing demand for omnichannel services, Cegid has built a solution that supports over 102 customer journeys including Click-and-Collect, Endless Aisle, Reserve in Store, Store to Web and Ship from Store. Finally, IHL stated that Cegid’s Order Management solution has “one of the quickest installation times.”

Additionally, Cegid is about to launch its own Distributed Order management system. This add-on module will enrich the traditional OMS with a smart and collaborative order allocation system based on multi-criteria rules. This was built to simplify and automate the allocation process whilst allowing the retailers to keep a complete control over this allocation: the tool adapts to the needs of each retail organisation as it is endlessly configurable thanks to its multi-criteria rules. The retail organisation can then choose to allocate each order to the most relevant store or leave the opportunity to each relevant store to accept the order on a first-come-first-served basis.