CORAX is suitable for delivering goods to consumers and enterprises, and a combination of the two. CORAX offers the possibility to change the ownership of stock through a special type of order for B2B customers. The exchange of full pallets is executed without any physical movements even if stock is stored in an automated warehouse.
What Is B2B Delivery?
B2B delivery denotes the series of processes that are involved in a business delivering its products to another business. As simple as it may seem, business relationships are often complex, which means specific actions or policies may need to be applied.
For example, from an accounting perspective, one business may have an agreement where discounts are available or where a line of credit exists, while another business may not. A B2B system must be able to facilitate whatever special parameters may be necessary from a stock management perspective.
If this is not done effectively, there could be errors, unnecessarily costly outcomes, etc., which can have negative effects on the commodity provider. These include a potential dissolving of whatever beneficial business relationship may have been in place with an enterprise customer. While your WMS is not going to be managing the accounting side of things, you must ensure that your product flow through your warehouse considers B2B needs.
What Is B2C Delivery?
B2C delivery refers to the supply link that runs between an enterprise provider and a non-enterprise client. Note that the flow of goods is not always direct since intermediaries may sometimes be used to do the eventual handover of the items.
Unlike B2B arrangements, much of the special policies and ownership changes that may arise in the warehouse are not present here. It is not that direct consumers are not valued clients, but it would be very difficult to catalog and maintain similar kinds of relationships with single consumers. Additionally, it may be less profitable to go in that direction, since they simply do not have the resources that enterprise clients do.
Even so, they remain important enough to necessitate accurate commodity delivery flow. Therefore, you must ensure that your WMS is effective at facilitating the movement of goods throughout the warehouse and eventually to the final customer. As you would expect, the required monitoring must also take place here.
Can CORAX Accommodate B2B and B2C Needs?
CORAX is a well-equipped system in tackling delivery management from a B2B and B2C perspective. In fact, the system is designed to efficiently manage situations in which there is a combination of both kinds of relationships.
You can use CORAX to edit stock ownership, using a special type of B2B customer order. This feeds into the requirement for a WMS to be able to facilitate whatever kind of business relationships you may have with your enterprise clients.
Furthermore, when an exchange of full pallets becomes necessary, you can seamlessly action such a request through the CORAX system without the need for any physical movement to take place. Note that this applies even if your stock storage location happens to be an automated warehouse. There is no need for you to try to work around CORAX’s scope of functionality for either B2B or B2C needs, as it is all built into the default capabilities of the system.