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Has anyone ever used Stone Edge Order Manager?


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Has anyone on this board ever used Stone Edge Order Manager. I came across this on ecommerce.about.com and it looks really interesting. Best of all, it interfaces with oscommerce.

 

As my site is yet to launch, i'm looking for ways to streamine the backend as much as I can I was wondering if anyone had any experience with this?

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  • 6 months later...
Anyone hear anything about this product? It almost looks too good to be true. :)

Order Manager WITHOUT Extended Support $995

 

It looks nice but....

 

Additional shopping cart licenses - only $300 per cart type.

 

on one hand they say it is good if you ever decide to switch carts but if you do that it will cost you another $300

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Actually this product is very powerful. I have it running with my yahoo store which delivers realtime inventory from my POS. Don't think of the product capitalizing on an open source product, think of it as a backoffice product that streamlines your internal business process. It does many things that osc doesn't do out of the box. It has incredible order management tools. The only downfall is that you must have access to run it.

 

other than that, it is incredible. I only wish I can get a realtime inventory module for osc.

 

david

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i know a company that uses it and if you have somebody that is good with access it is AWESOME. they process about 800 orders a day. it takes the customer service reps a while to understand it but they arent that computer literate and they eventually figure it out.

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