OrderHarmony helps businesses manage their orders, stock and purchasing needs. The application is intended for retailers who work online, offline and through mail order services. User can accept and dispatch orders with a single click and save notes to orders that other staff members can access. Complete order histories are recorded and the user can add cancellation reasons to orders.
Search tools are included as well as customer order records. Stock is automatically allocated as orders are placed. The user can manually allocate and de-allocate stock for an order. OrderHarmony also displays product overviews and tracks the selling price, description and name of each product. The user can choose to display prices with or without taxes and can easily activate and de-activate products. Users can create as many sub accounts as they need to provide their staff members with access to their company’s OrderHarmony account. Additional features include reports, dashboard access, packing slip printing, supplier management tools and customer records.Show more screenshots »
OrderHarmony was founded in 2010 by Dan Dukeson. The application was intended to provide an all-inclusive solution for retailers in any industry. The features included have so far lived up to the application’s goals. Users can manage stock, provide staff access and store customer data all in one place thanks to OrderHarmony’s extensive features.
OrderHarmony takes on many jobs to make retailer’s lives easier. The application can handle many things with ease, including the sometimes taxing task of monitoring stock levels, customer orders and more. The user can include photos with their product listings and manually alter stock information, which allows OrderHarmony to accommodate almost any situation that may arise while managing orders.
OrderHarmony has a very warm feel to it that welcomes retailers to see how they can make their everyday operations a little easier with the help of the application. A deep red color scheme is contrasted by a charming beige background. Data is presented in neat, organized columns, lists and charts that include pie and line graph designs. A new user can easily get the hang of OrderHarmony and start streamlining the way they monitor and manage their retail business.
A new user can give OrderHarmony a try by clicking the green “Start a Free Trial Now” tab found along the bottom, center of the homepage. The short registration form on the following page asks for a name, email address and company name. After clicking the green “Start Free Trial” button below the form, the user is asked to choose their OrderHarmony subdomain name and add a password and email address. The user must manually check the top box to confirm their agreement with the OrderHarmony terms and conditions. A second box is automatically checked to sign the user up for email updates. This must be manually unchecked to opt out of email messages.
OrderHarmony provides users with three account options to choose from, each based on the number of users needed. Each account includes unlimited products, unlimited orders, daily backups and SSL security. One to two users start at around $80 per user while three to eight users cost around $70 per user. Accounts for nine users or more cost around $63 per user.
OrderHarmony.com is intended specifically for retailers. The account options seem geared towards small to medium size businesses. The application can handle most aspects of stock monitoring and order management. Users can record and save their product and customer information in one convenient place.