An order management software with advanced order and inventory tools.

About DiOMS

Maximize inventory control with DiCentral’s order inventory management system. Through the synchronization of multi- order types and inventory status, DiOMS matches customer demand to supply for accurate order management.

DiOMS provides end-to-end visibility in inventory throughout multiple sales channels. With DiOMS, all levels of inventory are available, including items and quantities demanded, available, allocated, and sold. Inventory status can be updated after each order to prevent shortages and miscommunication. In addition, current and future net needs positions are provided through comprehensive order management. Detailed reports of inventory levels are also available for viewing and evaluation.

DiOMS Features

  • Supports unlimited customer types (retailer, independent, e-business, and wholesale trade)
  • Input orders and documents manually or electronically, through advanced EDI
  • Allocate Sales Orders across multiple vendor locations, according to customer priority, manually, or as a percentage of demand and available inventory
  • Create replenishment orders to vendors
  • Monitor total product cost with entries of additional costs and calculation of landed costs from FOB point to receipt
  • Provide up-to-date monitoring of inventory according to supply chain transactions

Product Overview

  • Developer DiCentral
  • Type Order Management Software
  • Client OS Windows
  • Deployment On-Premises

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User Reviews of DiOMS

Submitted on August 30th, 2020 by J. Paul Dittman

Success stories are multiplying and prove that win-win collaboration will cause costs to decline, cash flow to increase, and revenue to grow.