How Kitting (Bundling) can be used in Ordoro

Kitting (aka Bundling) is a very powerful feature for inventory management. Products can be connected in multiple ways to keep quantities in sync. Below are a few examples that you can use to see how kitting can work for you. Example 1 Let’s say you are selling toys. You have three products – Superman, Batman, […]

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How do I set up kitting (bundling) in Ordoro?

 Overview Kitting (a.k.a Bundling) is one of Ordoro’s most powerful features for inventory management. See here for more details on how kitting can be used. This help article will cover the following topics: Guidelines for creating kits How to create kits individually How to create kits in bulk Guidelines for creating kits Ordoro supports […]

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How do I link my products across different channels?

If you’re a multi-channel seller (i.e., you sell items on multiple sites like Amazon, eBay, your website, etc.), keeping your inventory quantities in sync is vital. For example, you may sell a blue t-shirt on Amazon and eBay. If you sell a shirt on Amazon, you need to decrease eBay’s inventory accordingly. Below, we outline […]

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Why can’t I archive a SKU that is part of a kit?

When you try to archive a SKU, you may see the following error message. This error occurs because the SKU you’re trying to archive is part of a kit. All component SKUs must be active for a kit. In the screenshot above, the SKU predator-cleats is part of a kit. Therefore, the product cannot be […]

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Why does deleting the last component of a kit set the inventory to zero?

Why does that happen? Kit SKUs are calculated product. This means its quantities are based upon their component products. Kits are virtual products (fictional entities created to make inventory management easier). The kit stock levels are calculated by the component SKUs and their specified ratios. When you delete the linkage between a component and a […]

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How do I adjust inventory for Kits?

The kit/bundle inventory is calculated using the Child Component skus. The component with the lowest quantity per warehouse (if you have multiple warehouses) determines the kit quantity. When you adjust the inventory of the child component(s), Ordoro will automatically calculate the updated inventory for the kit. The kit quantity is never editable since it’s a calculated quantity. […]

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How do I update my Kits in bulk?

You can update your Kits and Kit Components (aka Child SKU) in bulk via data import. See steps below to update your kits via CSV data import in Ordoro. 1. Click on your business name and click on Data Import. 2. Once on the Data Import page, select Manage Kits from the dropdown box and […]

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How do I create purchase orders for kits in Ordoro?

To create purchase orders (POs) with kit parents, please contact Ordoro Support at support@ordoro.com. Support can enable this feature for your account. Workflow Synopsis Kit parents can be added to a purchase order. The PO will only include the kit parent SKU, not the kit component SKUs. When viewing PO Reordered on the Product pages, […]

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How can I view Kit Component info?

When managing your kits, it’s helpful to see which items are linked and where. The Kit Component Info section on the Product Details page outlines these relationships. How to see Kit Component Info Go to the Product Detail page for an item. Select the Kitting tab. See the Kit Component Info to the right. This […]

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How do I display Kit Components on orders?

When shipping kits, it’s helpful to know which components to pack. There are two ways to do this. View kits on the pick and packing lists. View kits on the Order Detail page. See more details below. Kits on the Order Detail page Select an order to go to the Order Detail page. Look at […]

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