Inventory System

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1. Introduction: This document helps you to understand the complete functionality of how the inventory Updation takes place in the Inventory Management System for the products (both online and club) which are purchased from the eCommerce shopping site. Also this document will help you understand how the Inventory Management System is integrated with other applications in order to maintain the inventory level. 2. Overview of IMS: Global Inventory Management System is otherwise called as IMS. IMS is a single resource/entity where the inventory for all kinds of items is maintained/monitored. The different kinds of items available in the eCommerce shopping site are Online, Club and Auctions. The three important terms used in IMS are…show more content…
On cancelling the order the demand and available gets back to the normal state. Note that the order should be cancelled before the order reaches OMS. 5.2) Order Cancellation from Customer Service Application: Once an order is placed from eCommerce site, the demand and available gets updated in IMS. On cancelling the order from CSC by CSR, the demand and available gets back to the normal state. Note that the order should be cancelled before the order reaches OMS. 5.3) Order Cancellation from Fulfillment Application: Once an order is placed from estore, the demand and available gets updated in IMS. In sometime the order will reach OMS. When the order is released, it goes to fulfillment application for fulfillment. On cancelling the order from the fulfillment application the demand and available gets back to the normal state. 5. Order Modification and Inventory Validation in IMS: When an order is placed from eCommerce site, a reservation is made to IMS and the ordered quantity is reserved. At the same time when the order is modified, the demand and Available gets updated accordingly. For Example; Before Placing the Order: Supply – 10; Demand – 0; Available – 10 After placing the order for 5 qty: Supply – 10; Demand – 5; Available – 5 After

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