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If you’re a business owner dealing with product fulfilment day in and day out then this is for you. If you already have a monday.com account but would need some idea on how to configure your boards to manage orders, please read through this article.
Start with a board where you can manage your leads. You may set different statuses to determine the phase of a certain client. For example, “Negotiation, In review, or Won.”
And then, aside from the basic contact information of the clients, I have columns for lead creation date and then target close date.
To have a better view of the “won” leads, I have a dedicated group for them. The won deals are moved automatically to the “Closed Won” group using the automation recipe: “When status changes to something, move item to group”
So, in the example below, the exact automation recipe is “When Stage changes to Won, move item to Closed Won.”
Then, while moving the “Won” deal, it can also be created in another board to track fulfillment.
Track Product Fulfilment
Create a board which will be dedicated for your won deals or this will be your “Product Fulfillment” board. In this example, I’ve named the board as “Open Orders.”
Configure this board to show the materials needed and the specifications for the orders. I also have the shipping details included.
From the same board, you can update clients with the fulfilment status of their orders through email notifications. You can setup an automation for this.
Note: Items on this board are automatically created once their status changes to Won on the “Leads” board.
To keep yourself updated with supplies, you can have another board for your inventory the same as the example below. Customize and add the details that you need.
Having this board will help you quickly see which ones you need to order ahead based on your open orders.
Setup a Dashboard
Aside from the three boards that will help you in managing orders, a dashboard is as important since it will show you vital information at a glance.
You may add on your dashboard a calendar widget that will show you the deadlines of all open orders.
You Can Do It!
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