Product Management

Every time an order is placed, shipped or cancelled, the inventory gets updated. And this can get really complicated when you have a large number of product catalogue. ecomnation’s catalogue management brings seamless experience to manage products, no matter how big or small inventory size.

Product Categories

Organizing product into category helps your customers locate products efficiently. It’s important to organize categories from the context of your shoppers. If you are selling Tshirt, you might want to create Tshirt as a category and ‘Mens Tshirt’ and ‘Women’s Tshirt’ as sub-categories underneath.

  • Supports 5 levels of sub-categories
  • Display in intuitive tree structure

Managing Products

There are two ways you can add product to your online catalogue. By adding each item manually, or by importing the catalogue using bulk uploading feature.

Once you get into the order detail, the first thing you see is the customer information on the top of the order detail page. This contains the primary contact information of the customer.

Product SKU & Variations

Every SKU is unique to a particular product. Products can have variations. For instance, size, color, or even patterns. This helps you keep track of products being sold and improves inventory management.

When you have multiple product variations (such as ‘sizes’ and ‘color’), you can specify price for each product variant. The price of the product variations are taken into account while the shoppers orders the product.

Display Products in Multiple Categories

Your shoppers needs more reasons to buy your product. And displaying them in special categories can encourage them to shop more. You can choose to display the product to four more categories other than your primary categories. For example, Tshirt can also be part of the ‘christmas discounts’ category.

Product Stock Tracking

The ‘Quantity available on stock’ field helps you keep track of your inventory as it gets sold. In case of high moving products, you can also specify a ‘minimum stock level’. This ensures that your customers does not get disappointed by ordering an “out-of-stock” item.

The products that run out of stock are also listed inside the ‘Stock adjustment’ bucket. View quantity across all the products and add new stock. The out of stock products are listed under ‘Out of Stock’ list such that you can keep track of products that needs replenishment.

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