NetRush launches new warehouse management tool built on Salesforce
Retail agency NetRush has launched an Amazon processing tool for the Salesforce platform called One Piece Flow (OPF).
One Piece Flow is a warehouse management system, built to power the company’s main fulfillment center in Erlanger, Kentucky, which automates a number of checks and procedures that would otherwise be done manually.
Right product, right purchase order
The software will improve the warehouse’s efficiency, safety, and reduce errors with handling orders, according to Brian Birch, COO of NetRush, and has been in the works for over three years. “In one scan, the app will verify that we have the right product with the right purchase order, and then communicate with Amazon APIs to create one outbound shipment order,” he said.
“In one scan, the app will verify that we have the right product with the right purchase order, and then communicate with Amazon APIs”
Jacob Corey, CTO, added that the OPF software will aid NetRush in its bid to expand its sales network and scale internationally. “It’s not a question of whether or not we can offer our brands the opportunity to reach new customers,” he said. “We want to know that we can replicate how we manage inventory and meet customer expectations by giving them the best possible experience.”
NetRush, which is based in Vancouver, Washington, was founded in 2006 and works with brands to push the sales of their products on Amazon. Most of its clients are in the lifestyle products sector.
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