Ecommerce merchants can connect every part of their fulfillment operations to become more efficient.
With order routing and splitting, you can keep your customers happy by optimizing your fulfillment speed or setting up contingency plans to never miss an order. Feedonomics helps you reduce time, effort, and mistakes while making it possible to fulfill orders from wherever it suits you best.
Order routing and splitting capabilities
Feedonomics gives you precise control over which fulfillment method your orders are sent to. By using custom rules, you can specify which orders and items are fulfilled through your ecommerce platform, OMS, warehouse, Amazon Multi-Channel Fulfillment (MCF), or other fulfillment solutions. Best of all, we handle the setup.
Feedonomics tailors the flow of order data to fit your needs; below are some common use-cases:
Example 1: A company has multiple brands but cannot create multiple marketplace seller accounts without unique business tax IDs. The company uses Feedonomics to route orders and even splits parts of the same order from one marketplace account to two BigCommerce stores and two Shopify stores.
Example 2: A company specifies which marketplace orders are routed to Amazon MCF and which orders are routed to its ecommerce store for fulfillment.
Route and split orders for use cases that include but are not limited to:
Example: Route SKUs 1-50 to fulfillment method A and SKUs 51-100 to fulfillment method B
Example: If SKU is out of stock for fulfillment method A, route order to fulfillment method B
Example: Split line items from a single order that contains products from brands A and B to their respective ecommerce stores
Example: If custom label is “summer sale,” route order to warehouse B
Enjoy advanced control of your data
Combine order routing from Feedonomics with powerful catalog management to scale your ecommerce business. We provide all of the functionality you need, plus full-service support from our feed specialists.
Protect your seller rating and optimize your assortment
Avoid order cancellations with inventory buffers that reserve stock for low-inventory or high-velocity products, and allocate inventory across channels by your preference
Utilize Amazon MCF features
Use “Blank Box” delivery option, “Block Amazon Logistics,” and map shipping methods from other marketplaces to Amazon’s accepted values
View data in a unified dashboard
See your inventory from multiple fulfillment sources and filter based on availability or other values
Create unique and optimized exports for hundreds of sales channels
Combine data from multiple sources or use a single data source to unlock and scale your multichannel ecommerce capabilities