Release note 11.1

Customize your filters

On the orders page on the backoffice, filters are now customisable by user. Feel free to add or remove any filter, you can also reorganise them. You will find them unchanged the next time you login as long as you use the same browser.

We also took the opportunity to introduce two new features:

Print order documents from the backoffice

You can now print a new document (that was not printed before) directly from the backoffice.

If a carrier returns an error when generating a shipping label, the error message is displayed so that the customer service can process it.

Once generated, a check-mark is displayed to differentiate it from the non-printed documents. And of course any document can also be re-printed in the Store App.

This feature works out of the box for standard documents (dispatch note and shipment) and can be configured to support custom documents.

Gain autonomy with DIY configuration screens

You now have control of some key configurations of your project: General, Delivery, Orders, Orchestration, Stock locations, Security, BI Suite, and more to come…

To ensure a good traceability, every configuration change is logged and can be retrieved in the history tab.

In order to facilitate migration, every configuration parameter can be exported and imported between environments.

Only available for Headquarters and Retail Director roles

Changing configuration may have big impacts, please test on the qualification environment before applying a change in production

Keep in synch with your support team, to make sure that none of your changes will be overwritten by operations done by the support

Better readability of orchestrations in the logs

We have added the name of the rules, which makes things more readable.

New orchestration filter: limit your sources based on the order price

We have noticed that the order price is a major criteria to determine the maximum number of sources to fulfil an order. In the case of a low-value order, it makes sense to allow only a low number of sources, and vice-versa.

That's why we have worked on the "average source price" filter. You just need to define the minimum value of items you want to carry on average in a parcel to maintain profitability.

Example: If an average source price of € 4 is set, a € 10 order will be fulfilled from a maximum of 2 sources.

Order in Store • Warning when there's not enough stock in store

Theoretical stock doesn't always match the reality. But it's a great starting point! That's why we have added a confirmation step when a store associate tries to make an immediate pick-up purchase of an item that is theoretically not in stock. In this case, the immediate pick-up button is displayed in white, to attract less attention, and when clicked, a pop-up asks for confirmation before adding product to the basket.

And much more…