Top Features Your Order Management Software Should Have




Written by Matt Warren
10th February 2015 • 4 min read


Aside from managing all of your orders in one system, your order management software should be packed with useful and innovative features so that you’re getting your money’s worth – why have 3 different softwares when you can have one that does it all?

Inventory Management

A good order management software should have an inventory management system that’s able to sync across multiple sales channel. So if you’re selling on eBay, Amazon and Shopify, for example, you shouldn’t have to log into all 3 to manage your inventory.


Batch printing courier labels can save you hours per day, but having this feature built into your order management software could save you money as well as time – paying for an entire software just to print your shipping labels could prove costly, so why have two separate softwares – that’s one to manage orders and one for printing shipping labels – when you could choose one that does both? This is a feature every order management software should have.

Purchase Orders

You should be able to create and manage purchase orders with your order management software, which should automatically email them to your suppliers to save you time and effort. Your order management software should also sync with any accounting software (if you use one) to see what you have on order with your suppliers.


Gross profit is a really important indicator of how well your business is doing, so a feature that reports on sales facts and figures across all your channels (if you’re using more than one) is an essential feature that order management software should have.

Barcode Scanning

Having barcode scanners makes scanning invoices and searching for products much simpler and less time-consuming, and makes shipping process much quicker.

Multi-currency Support

You order management software should be able to convert different currencies in real-time exchange rates to your base currency, so that you don’t have to do it manually, and so it’s accurate and up to date.


A great order management software will support both full and partial returns, so even if the customer only one item from an order composed of 10, it’ll still record it and update it across sales channels.

The following two tabs change content below.

Written by Matt Warren

CEO and Founder of Veeqo. We make software that helps ecommerce retailers manage and grow their online business.
Want more insights like this?

Join over 14,000 subscribers and get the best content on ecommerce growth, marketplace trends and warehouse operations delivered directly to your inbox.

Start your free 14-day Veeqo trial