Categories : All, Retail / E-commerce
This project envisions replacing DTCMO and WS Interlink with Sterling and a custom UI layer as the order management and DS vendor portal solutions.
Currently drop ship POS are tracked through the WS Interlink application. Sales orders are created in DTC-MO and POs are created and then interfaced to WS Interlink (WSIN). Vendors can view and do fulfillment related transactions in WSIN. After shipment they trigger invoicing through WSIN.
The project envisages implementing Direct Ship fulfillment process using Sterling Order Management/DS PO Management System and a custom UI as the vendor portal. Customer orders will be captured in Web store and DTCMO and will be interfaced into Sterling. Sterling will support sourcing decisions and ECDD calculations for DS items. Orders created in Sterling will go through the sourcing/scheduling logic that will drive the creation of DS POs in Sterling. DS vendors will view, manage and fulfill these POs by accessing the custom vendor portal UI which will directly interact with Sterling for business data and core business logic. Sterling will interface with DTCMO and Lawson to report shipment confirmations and vendor invoices.
This project’s primary objective is to replace the existing DTCMO/WS Interlink-based system functionality with Sterling/Custom UI-based applications and in the process also to improve the DS fulfillment process by removing some of the limitations of the existing application.
|Operating System & Server Management||Red Hat Linux OS, Multi-Server Architecture with Staging & Production Environment through Version Controlling releases, Server Optimization, Security & SSL Implementation, Scheduler for Back-ups, Alert Monitoring System Integration, Server Performance Tuning at regular intervals, Software Firewall Configuration & Maintenance|
|Database||Oracle Database Server, DB Clustering, DB Optimization, Master Slave Replication, Query Optimization, Scheduler for Backups|
|Quality Assurance Testers||Managed at Client’s End.|