Routing

Last Updated: Oct 14, 2018 10:19PM PDT
Use routing rules to automatically steer channel order fulfillments toward completion. At its simplest, a fulfillment is routed to a warehouse. At its most advanced, routing splits orders into multiple fulfillments across warehouses per your rules.

Note: This article applies only to our latest version, Stitch X.

Overflow Fulfillment Warehouses 

To automatically check the next likely source of inventory when your default location can't fulfill an entire order, designate Overflow Fulfillment Warehouses for each of your sales channels. 

Geographic Order Routing

To expedite routing based on a channel order's shipping destination, activate and enable Geographic Order Routing‚Äč (available on certain plans).

Splitting

‚ÄčTo keep your customers' orders moving as quickly as possible, split fulfillments either manually or automatically.

Automatic Fulfillment Merging

To consolidate orders into the fewest possible shipments and reduce costs, when fulfillment line items become available to ship, Stitch will automatically move them onto an unlocked, unshipped fulfillment for the same warehouse, if one exists.