At EasyEcom, we deeply value our partnership with you and are dedicated to delivering services that continually evolve to meet your ever-changing needs. In this document, we present changes aimed at enhancing the Inventory sync between your EasyEcom and the integrated marketplaces. Your feedback is integral to ensuring that these changes align seamlessly with your unique objectives and expectations.
Old Feature Overview
At present there is a continuous inventory synchronization within the available inventory in EasyEcom and available inventory at the integrated marketplaces.
(For eg: If you have 100 qty of SKU - ABCS in EasyEcom and you have got an order of 5 quantities, so the inventory will get immediately deducted to 95, and 95 qty will get pushed to all the integrated marketplaces.
Current Feature Overview
In this section, we present the feature in a clear and straightforward manner. You'll find these changes listed with descriptions to ensure complete transparency.
Inventory Synchronization Frequency:
Above a set threshold, inventory will now be synchronized after every 10 transactions. This means that if the threshold is set for “X” units so when your inventory count is above “X” units then after every 10 significant inventory-related events, such as adjustments, orders, or put-away, your inventory data will be updated to reflect the most current information.
(For eg: if X=2000, i.e. if the threshold is set for 2000 units then whenever your available inventory count exceeds 2000 units it will get synced after every 10 transactions and if it is below 2000 units, it will get synced on time (i.e. at every transaction).
1.1 Significant Transaction Events:
Inventory synchronization (in real-time) will also occur after specific significant transaction events (other than 10 transactions as mentioned above) which include:
Adjustment of Y units or more.
Placement of an order for Y units or more.
A put-away of Y units or more.
(For example- if Y=100, i.e when you make an adjustment of 100 or more units of a particular SKU, when there is an order placed for 100 or more units, when there is a put away done for 100 or more units, then also the inventory will get synced on time (in real-time).
2. Continuous Sync Below the Set Limit:
It's important to note that continuous inventory synchronization (in real-time) will still be in place for transactions below the specified threshold (X). This means that for transactions falling below the defined limit, your inventory data will be synced continuously, ensuring that you have access to real-time information.
These changes have been designed to offer a balance between real-time updates and system efficiency.
By syncing inventory after a set number of transactions or significant events, we aim to provide you with more accurate and timely inventory information while optimizing the performance of our systems.
Your input is invaluable to us. We invite you to share your thoughts, concerns, or questions regarding how these changes might affect your project or service. Your feedback is an integral part of this process.Click here to share your feedback