Before you start working with replenishment orders, you should activate this functionality in Delivrd:

  1. In the upper-right corner of any Delivrd page, hover over the Hello, username link to open a drop-down list.
  2. In the drop-down list, click Settings.


  3. On the System Settings page, select the Order fulfillment active checkbox.


  4. Click Save.

Like most types of orders, replenishment orders consist of two parts: header and lines. To create a new replenishment order header, do the following:

  1. In the navigation pane, click Inbound Processing > Replenishment Orders.
  2. In the upper-right corner of the Replenishment Orders List, click New Order.
  3. On the Order Details page, fill in the following information:
  • Reference Order: Enter the number of the order that was provided by your supplier. Each supplier uses their own order number range and numbering logic. For example, Amazon order numbers look like: 106-1129021-9005857.
  • Supplier: Select the supplier from which you are going to order the products.
  • Expected Delivery Date: Estimate how long it will take for the shipment of the products to arrive. It is just an assumption, and it will be used as a reminder that certain shipments from your suppliers are due to arrive.
  • Shipping Costs: Enter the shipping costs that you will pay the supplier, if you know this information. Later these costs will be distributed between the different products of the order.
  • Order URL: Some suppliers might provide a URL to link directly to your order details, so you can update the URL here. When you view the order details in Delivrd, you will have a quick link back to your supplier’s website and details of your order.
  • Remarks: Add comments, if applicable.
  • Click Save.

Each replenishment order should have at least one line (or item), consisting of a product ordered, its quantity, unit price, and comments, if any. After you save the order header in Delivrd, the Add Order Line page opens automatically. On this page, fill in the following data:

  • Product: Select the record of the product that you are going to order.
  • Qty: Specify the number of items that you are going to order.
  • Unit Price: Specify the price per unit, as agreed with the supplier. This is the net unit price, and it does not include any discounts, delivery costs, or surcharges. The unit price in Delivrd is used primarily for profit/loss analysis.
  • Remarks: Add comments, if applicable.


You can also export the list of your replenishment orders to a CSV file by clicking Tools > Export Replenishment Orders to CSV.

To release the order directly after it has been created, click Actions > Release.


As a result, the order will appear in the Replenishment Orders List with the Released status.

If you did not add order lines after the header is created, you can do it later:

  1. In the Replenishment Orders List, locate your order. It should have the Opened status.
  2. Click Actions > View or Actions > Edit.


  3. Click Actions > Add Order Lines.
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If you did not release the order directly after it has been created, you can do it later:

  1. In the Replenishment Orders List, locate your order. It should have the Opened status.
  2. Click Actions > View or Actions > Edit.
  3. Click Actions > Release.

To receive the ordered products, do the following:

  1. In the Replenishment Orders List, locate your order. The order should have the Released status.
  2. Click Actions > View or Actions > Edit.
  3. Click Actions > Receive Order Products.

  4. In the Receive Replenishment Order Products list, click Receive.


  5. Under Details, enter the following information:
  • Location: If you manage your inventory at multiple locations, select the location where you should receive the products.
  • Received Quantity: Enter the number of items that was received.
  • Damaged Quantity: Enter the number of damaged items, if any.
  • speech_balloon_answer.pngNote: The Damaged Quantity field will be visible only if you select the Manage damaged stock checkbox in system settings.

  • Score: Give the supplier a rating from 1 to 5.
  • Remarks: Add comments, if applicable.
  1. Click Save.


As a result, the order will get the Shipping Processing status.


Receiving Serial Numbers


If your suppliers label their products with a barcode containing a unique serial number, you can scan the serial number barcode of each item that you get:

  1. In the Replenishment Orders List, locate your order.
  2. Click Actions > View or Actions > Edit.
  3. Click Actions > Receive Order Products.
  4. In the Receive Replenishment Order Products list, click Serials.


  5. On the page that opens, you can see the received quantity, the number of serials that have been already scanned, and the order number. The cursor is placed automatically in the Serial Number field, so you can continually scan all barcodes of serials that you have received in the current shipment.


  6. When all items have been scanned, you can compare the received quantity with the scanned quantity.