Accelerate Your Order Management with Fluent Commerce
Manhattan’s transitioning to the cloud. We’ve been here since Day 1. Spend less and get more faster when you choose a commerce stack that includes Fluent Order Management.
Truly inventory aware
Get an accurate view of near real-time inventory across all systems and locations
Control what is Available to Promise in each channel, market or region
Process inventory updates at scale
Show accurate inventory before the buy button to reduce overselling and underselling
Order Management that adapts to your business, not the other way around
Event-driven, rule-based architecture is highly adaptable
Adapt, extend, and change UIs and workflows to fit your business strategy using low-code tools
Proven integrations with best-in-class services across the commerce stack
Avoid lock-in by assembling best-in-breed systems
Choose software built by highly focused teams — 100% of Fluent R&D goes to order management
Choose a trusted partner to implement your system without upselling software
By avoiding lock-in with a monolith, you stay nimble as needs change
Lower total cost of ownership, faster time to value
Spend a lot less with a cloud-based modular commerce stack
Choose the right implementation partner for your budget and future needs
Configure and extend with low-code tools so you can go live faster
Want to pay a lot of money to have an opinionated system tell you how to run your fulfillment operations? Give Manhattan a call. If you want to take control with a faster, modular, and more cost effective approach, request a demo of Fluent Order Management today.
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