Stock, Price & Store Settings

Customise Your Store​

Sage eCommerce integration

Store merchants in a wide range of industries will have different requirement for stock management. B2B Commerce offers flexibility to cater for most common scenarios.

A store vendor may choose to use store stock as the following:

  • Stock on hand (how many items are at your physical location)
  • Stock available (how many items are in stock less on order)

To allow for appropriate ordering, a vendor may show stock as:

  • No stock (always available)
  • Exact stock amount (limit orders to the displayed stock limit)
  • Exact stock amount (but also allow for back orders)
  • Always in stock (always allow for orders, regardless of stock)

Allow users to see which items are out of stock/on backorder so customers can manage their product holdings better.

As a merchant, you may choose to allow backorders or not, and if allowed, personalise a comment on the product line item, e.g “Backorder lead times are 2-4 weeks” or similar.

At the point of customer cart checkout, you may set the store to handle a Purchase Order number as follows:

  • Optional
  • Required
  • Hidden (not required)

The Purchase Order number is typically added to the customer/reference number on a sales document when raised in your accounting software.

Choose from a number of defined deliver methods, add free shipping threshold, base rate and use the following calculation methods to create one or more delivery options:

  • Weight based (rate per Kilo)
  • % Value of cart
  • Item-based (rate per item)
  • Fixed Cost
  • Collection

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