If you have a webshop, you're most likely managing your orders directly in your webshop admin, and you are probably used to switching between different systems for processing orders, handling payments, printing shipping labels etc.

Employing Shipmondo's order management will make it possible for you to gather all your logistics activities in one system and streamline your workflow to a remarkable level.

What you get is a solution where all order management processes have carefully been thought through. As a result, you get a user-friendly and effective solution for your everyday work.

How to manage an order (example)

N.B. There's a possibility of automating the flow and completing several different actions by simply scanning the barcode on the packing list.
For the purpose og reviewing the processes/phases that an order goes through, this guide is showing a manual process of handling a single order.

An overview of imported orders can be found under the menupoint Order Management > Orders. You open the order by clicking on the order line.

In this example we're processing an order containing two products, order No. 442 to James Woods. 

1 Use the packing list to collect products from your warehouse

Click on Download packing list and a PDF document will be opened. If storage location is available for your products, these will appear on the packing list, as shown in the example below.

2 Create fulfillment

When the order is picked off the shelf, packed and ready for dispatch, open the order again and click on the Create fulfillment-button.

Specify the number of items that are being sent in this shipment.

The assumption in our example is that the item SKU 1HDP4E-1HN03 is sold out and therefore can't be dispatched right now. In this case we enter 0 as the quantity for fulfillment.

Click on Create.

The system has now created one fulfillment containing the item SKU 2RC001. The item that couldn't be dispatched remains under Unfulfilled.

3 Capture payment

It is now possible to capture the payment for the item we're expediting.
Click on Capture payment under Customer.

Adjust the amount, if needed, and click on Capture.

You'll get an on-screen notification regarding the success/failure of your capture. This notification will be shown under Events as well.

4 create a shipment (automatically or manually)

You're now ready to create a shipment (shipping label) for your order.

Click on Create shipment.
If a shipment template is set up correctly, a shipment will automatically be booked with the correct data and a shipping label will be ready for print.

Alternatively, you can click on the drop down menu beside Create shipment and select Create shipment manually. This will open a pop-up window for manual shipment creation.
Follow the on-screen instructions and complete your booking manually.


Need a delivery note?
If you wish to attach a delivery note for the customer, with an overview of the items included in the shipment, it is possible to print it from your order details as well.

An example of a delivery note is shown below.

Processing orders with scanner

You can achieve an even faster workflow by scanning the barcode on the packing list.

With one scan you can create a fulfillment, withdraw money, book a shipment, print a delivering note, print your shipping label and finish the order.


Se how fast it can go:

Click here to read more about the scan function.

Supported platforms

Click here to fint an overview of webshop/accounting systems and payment solutions that can be used with order management in Shipmondo.

Constant development and new features

The first version of the Order management was released in June 2018, and we're constantly working on expanding the platform and adding new features. 

If you have feedback or need a certain feature added to our solution, please send an e-mail to our customer service. We'd really like to hear from you! 

Wish to give our order management a try?

Click on the link below to see how you can activate order management on your Shipmondo account.

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