User-friendly interface with OK top-level reporting
Works well with 3rd parties channels, I think this is where the initial design and build has gone into!
Customer service seems like good guys but seems under a hell of a lot of pressure.
Integrates with carriers well.
Where do I start, been with these guys for 2 months now and each day another drama unfolds. We used to run everything on Sage line50 which is at heart an accountancy package with a clunky warehouse/inventory management system. Honest opinion key areas we have taken a big step back.
Simple day to day procedures that have become a total nightmare, I really can't understand how this is supposedly been built from an e-commerce background. I would say at the moment it's taking the warehouse 3-4 hours a day longer to operate!
You can't partially refund a customer, so a customer buy's two pairs of pants returns one, no way of partial refunding, we've been told work in progress! Also simple things like refunding a customer postage, can't do!
When you part ship an order there's no way of tracking this, so you need to go into all your shipped orders one by one checking which one's are part shipped or allocated.
You can't do shortfall on your orders to see which order you need to order stock for so you need to go into each and every order new and old to see what needs to be ordered, we've sort of coping on a day to day basis using tags but not ideal at all and extremely time-consuming.
It doesn't automatically allocate purchase orders
Reorder levels don't work so very hard to understand when reordering, it also doesn't recognise zero's which is a massive problem.
You've got to manually link your products with supplier codes which is a massive problem when you have over 7,000's sku's.
A lot of duplicate data handling is required to keep Veeqo and your inventory on your own store updated, it does;t pass inventory updates from Woo back across, which is a bit of a pain.