Order Management Software

Cloud Based Order Management Software

Access Mintsoft is a cloud-based order management system designed from the ground up to streamline order processing for those in online retail and third-party logistics operations. Consolidate all orders from various online shopping platforms and channels and manage the full dispatch process from picking, packing, and shipping. Reduce errors, deliver a more responsive and consistent service, and grow your business today.

Key features of order management and information system

Explore some of the Order Management capabilities below and book a demo today. There are too many features to list so please get in touch if you would like to see more!

Bulk Order Printing

Save time logging into multiple channels or looking through emails from your customers’ orders. Access Mintsoft puts all your orders together, no matter what source they come from so you can easily print them and dispatch quickly.

Print in Batches

Easily print batches of orders in one go

Custom Filtering

Need to get certain orders out the door first? Simply filter by courier, order channel or warehouse and hit print.

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Mobile Barcode Picking

Moving away from paper-based picking to using our mobile barcode scanning app is easier than you think. Increase picking accuracy, speed up operations and save on paper.

100% Pick Accuracy

The system will guide you through the picking process, validating that the correct items have been picked and providing clear warnings for wrong items.

Batch Order Printing

Whether you prefer to use paper or our mobile app - create batches easily and quickly for straight-forward picking.

Create Picking Batches

Create batches of orders to pick - either paper based or via the mobile app.

Make custom batches

You can filter in multiple ways to create batches to suit your workflow. Select & group orders by Zone, Courier, Client, Single Item and more.

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Customised Paperwork

Dispatch Emails

Automatically send dispatch emails from yours or your clients domains.

Dispatch Notes

Boost brand visibility by creating dispatch notes incorporating details such as company logos.

Packing instructions

Record per client or product packaging instructions such as 'use the blue packing tape with logos on' or 'extra bubble wrap'

Filter, search and view order history

System-wide filtering

3PLs can apply client level filters so that all areas of the system show information for just that client.

Search and history

Need to find information from an old order? No problem - you can simply search and retrieve the historic information you require.

Intelligent Order Process Flow

Our clear and concise order processing workflow is intuitive and easy to understand.

View order progress

Easily track progress of outstanding orders.

Monitor activity in real-time

See updates as orders are received all the way though to shipments being dispatched.

Order Management Frequently Asked Questions

Order management covers all processes and tasks involved in fulfilling a customer’s order; from the moment an order is placed, all the way through to when the order is on its way. Although this can differ by companies and their specific needs, there are 3 general main steps involved with order management – placement, fulfilment and inventory management.

An order management system – otherwise known as an OMS – helps to keep all tasks and processes involved with receiving an order, manageable. An OMS will automate many tasks throughout the order process and are used by 3PLs and online retailers to enhance efficiency by improving accuracy of orders. An OMS will help with back-office tasks such as email updates, tracking information, and delivery status alerts, freeing time to focus on other areas of the business.

Online retailers and 3PLs should consider adopting an OMS if they are looking to upscale their business as it will save them time – and money – in the long run. Another reason for implementing an OMS is if you have multiple stores, warehouses, sales channels and websites or marketplaces, as an order management solution will bring them all together into one place. As business grows, you can add customisation and extensions to make your OMS do what you need it to do as you scale. 

Once you have identified the need for an OMS, it’s time to look into which one you should be investing in. Mintsoft is built and supported by industry experts from E-commerce, logistics and warehouse management, and so is continually developed with our client’s needs in mind. Integration capabilities are another aspect to consider – does the OMS allow you to work alongside systems that you already use? Mintsoft allows you to integrate with 175+ marketplaces, shopping carts, accounting systems and couriers on one centralised platform. This means shipping, financials and customer experience is easy to manage.

Consumers are likely to stop buying from a company if they are offered a poor customer experience. Luckily, an Order Management System makes it easier to keep on top of orders and keep your customers in the loop by automating tracking updates, enhancing customer experience.

An Order Management System also helps you to stay in control during peak shopping periods, such as pay day, Black Friday, or even a rainy summer’s day. Omnichannel inventory management is made easy using an OMS as you can automatically sync inventory levels. This makes overselling easily avoidable.

An Order Management System is essentially a one-stop shop for all your order related needs. An OMS platform consolidates orders from your sales channels into one place and allows you to integrate with other systems. By implementing an Order Management System, you also remove the need to log into multiple platforms, saving time and providing easier collaboration with integrations such as couriers, accounting systems, marketplaces and inventory systems. Order Management systems help to streamline operations as they speed up order processing by automating time consuming tasks.