QUICK ORDER IN NETSUITE

QUICK ORDER IN NETSUITE

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SuiteCommerce Advanced provides a Quick Order feature for shoppers who prefer to quickly search for and add multiple items to their cart. This feature is designed for merchants who allow catalog ordering or provide wholesale products on their site. Quick Order assists shoppers who are familiar with a merchant’s catalog and wish to shop for items by Stock Keeping Unit (SKU), Part Number, or other identifier.

Shoppers can access the feature by clicking a link in the header or by entering their Cart and expanding the Quick Add accordion. Using this, shoppers can quickly search for, add, and remove items. Shoppers can also adjust quantities in a list format, as opposed to browsing through the web store.

This feature is only availbale with the Elbrus release bundle of SuiteCommerce Advanced, but you must perform tasks detailed in Set up Quick Order in NetSuite to ensure proper operation.

SET UP QUICK ORDER IN NETSUITE

To allow customers to search your site for items in a quick order, you must create specific Search Fields in NetSuite. This optimizes searches by Stock Keeping Unit (SKU).

TO SET UP SEARCH FIELDS FOR QUICK ORDER:

  • Go to Setup > SuiteCommerce Advanced > Set Up Web Site.
  • Click Edit next to the website you are setting up.
  • Click the Search Index tab and Search Fields subtab.
  • Add the Search Fields and search criteria there

ENSURE FIELD SETS ARE DEFINED

Before the Quick Order feature can function properly on your site, you must expose specific field sets to your website.

TO ENSURE FIELD SETS ARE DEFINED:

  • Go to Setup > SuiteCommerce Advanced > Set Up Web Site.
  • Click Edit next to the website you are setting up.
  • Click the Field Sets tab.
  • Ensure that the Items Searcher: itemssearcher Field Set is in place as defined below.

Limitations

  • This feature does not support subsidiaries.
  • Handling costs are not displayed in the summary total of the order.
  • Parent matrix items cannot be added to a quick order, only specific child items.