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Sales Order Management: How to better deliver on sales and convert orders to revenue faster

Ola Polczynski
18 October - 3 min read

A Sales Order Management System is a digital solution that enables businesses to easily manage pricing, distribution, payments and tracking of shipments. It also helps ensure all stakeholders in the purchase to delivery cycle are kept well informed throughout the entire process. This type of solution helps support growth and allows businesses to maximise efficiency and productivity.

Unlocking growth with an automated digital solution

The problem with B2B trade today is that many businesses work with multiple software solutions to run each aspect of their operations. This creates business silos or closed-off systems which increases the risk of errors and makes running a business more inefficient and expensive. 

Moving your business to an advanced, digital inventory and order fulfilment tool means you can run your whole business from one system. This helps reduce IT costs and security concerns from maintaining and upgrading separate applications. 

Future-proof your business with Spenda’s Sales Order Management System

With our Sales Order Management tool your business can gain real-time visibility into key inventory control and supply chain management measures to better deliver on sales and convert orders to revenue in a shorter period.  

You will be able to collaborate on orders with customers and improve the way your business tracks sales, stock, and fulfilment, with better control of the entire sales workflow, from quote and order to final delivery. 

Try it out below:

One connected sales order management system

Consolidate orders sold in-store via point of sale, online or by a mobile sales representative. Easily manage pricing, distribution and tracking of shipments, and ensure all stakeholders in the purchase to delivery cycle are kept informed. communicate with customers in real time and ship your goods with speed and accuracy.

Sell to anyone, anytime

Whether you are processing B2B sales from your online marketplace, or placing goods on backorder from the trading desk, Spenda has you covered. With our Sales Order Management solution your business gains full control over the quote, order, invoicing, fulfilment, and payment process, helping you make more informed business decisions.

Boost business performance

Easily manage customers with a holistic view of your trade. Combine our warehousing, purchasing, accounts receivable & accounts payable modules to unlock a fully featured SME trading and financial optimisation platform that will enable your business to grow and succeed. Manage challenging supply chain cash flows with integrated finance tools. Offer extended terms to businesses on their orders or finance the purchasing of goods from your suppliers.

Quick integration

All transactions are fully integrated with your small business accounting software (Xero, MYOB, QBO) or larger ERP management systems. Use real-time data to make informed decisions, say goodbye to manual data entry errors and stay on top of your cash flow.

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