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Order processing is the process or work-flow associated with the picking, packing and delivery of the packed items to a shipping carrier and is a key element of order fulfillment. Order processing operations or facilities are commonly called "distribution centers" or "DC's". There are wide variances in the level of automation associating to the "pick-pack-and-ship" process, ranging from completely manual and paper-driven to highly automated and completely mechanized; computer systems overseeing this process are generally referred to as Warehouse Management Systems or "WMS".

System and embedded license control mechanism for the creation and distribution of digital content files and enforcement of licensed use of the digital content files

A digital content file including a license control mechanism controlling the licensed use of digital content and a system and method for distributing licensable digital content files and licenses. A digital content file includes a digital content, which may be executable code or data, an embedded file access control mechanism and a dynamic license database associated with the file access mechanism for storing license information used by the file access control mechanism in controlling use of the digital content. The file access control mechanism includes a license monitor and control mechanism communicating with the dynamic license database and controlling use of the digital content and a license control utility providing communications between a user system and an external system to communicate license definition information and includes a graphical user interface. License information may be stored initially in the dynamic license database or provided from an external system. The system allows the distribution of digital content files and the acquisition of licenses with seamless transaction processing through an order processing system generating an order identification and authorization for a license and a product configuration and order database containing license management databases associated with the digital content files and containing license information to be transmitted to a user system upon receipt of an order identifier. The product configuration and order database also generates a license record for each transaction.

System and method for managing the workflow for processing service orders among a variety of organizations within a telecommunications company

A system and method for managing the workflow for processing Service Orders among a variety of organizations within a telecommunications company. The system and method coordinates all of the tasks and activities related to order processing among the various entities within the telecommunications company. Workflows are used to model business procedures used for processing Service Orders. Each workflow comprises a plurality of workflow steps. Business process models are depicted as workflow diagrams. Upon receipt of a Service Order, an appropriate Work Plan is selected based on information within the Service Order. Each workflow step is assigned a Resource and is scheduled for completion. The Workflow steps are then placed in In-boxes associated with the selected Resource. Once the processing steps have been scheduled, a current work step is calculated. Notification messages are sent to the appropriate systems to notify them to begin activity associated with the current work step. The system is automatically notified when the current work step is complete, so that the next work step can be processed in a similar fashion. Detailed statistical information is maintained for audit and reporting purposes. Users log-on to remote workstations coupled with a company-wide Intranet or the like. From the remote workstations, users from various organizations view their In-boxes and other detailed information about Service Orders according to selectable requests. Workflow steps can be transferred and re-assigned using the remote workstations. Detailed statistical information is maintained for audit and reporting purposes. Reports reflecting the effectiveness of workforce management and work administration is obtained.

Intelligent scheduling system for tail-end instant logistics

The invention discloses an intelligent scheduling system for tail-end instant logistics. The intelligent scheduling system comprises an order receiving module, an order processing module, a deliveryman searching module, an order combination module, a merchant portrait module, a deliveryman portrait module, an order dispatching decision-making module, and a deliveryman examination module. On the basis of position information of a merchant and a user as well as positioning information generated by a deliveryman terminal APP, global optimal matching is carried out on an order and a deliveryman by considering the current position of the deliveryman, the order executed by the deliveryman, portrait image of the merchant and the deliveryman, and the requirement on allocation time by the user comprehensively and then an optimal deliveryman is determined finally to complete a delivery task. On the basis of the intelligent order dispatching way, optimal order distribution is carried out at a global angle to realize optimal utilization of the whole transport capacity; the need of instant logistics and the transport capacity supply can be balanced well; the logistics delivery efficiency can be improved; the logistics delivery cost can be lowered; and the service quality of the tail-end instant logistics can be improved.

Order processing system of high concurrency competitive inventory and processing method thereof

ActiveCN103426072ASolve processing performance bottlenecksImprove concurrent order processing capabilitiesLogisticsInformation technology support systemProcess systemsApplication server
The invention discloses an order processing system of high concurrency competitive inventory and a processing method thereof. The order processing system of the high concurrency competitive inventory comprises a virtual inventory background parameter setting module, a database layer stored procedure function module, an application server cluster, an order queue monitoring and dynamic virtual inventory storehouse classifying module, a virtual inventory background management module and a virtual inventory monitoring module. Whether to deduct the inventory of a reserved warehouse or to deduct the inventory of a virtual warehouse in an order in the order processing transactional queue is determined, if the inventory of the virtual warehouse is enough, the deduction of the inventory of the virtual warehouse is selected, a counter is selected through the virtual warehouse and the virtual warehouse is distributed to every order in a round-robin mode, inventory deduction operation is performed according to the distributed virtual warehouse through the order, after the inventory deduction succeeds, meanwhile, relative data of the order in the order processing transactional queue is deleted, and information about the success creation of the order is returned to a user. According to the order processing system of the high concurrency competitive inventory and the processing method thereof, the number of virtual warehouses and the inventory of every virtual warehouse can be adjusted dynamically, the concurrent order processing capacity is greatly improved under the condition of existing software and hardware resources, and the order processing efficiency of high concurrency competitive inventory is improved.

Procedural order system and method

A procedure is a template that specifies trigger conditions and what to do when the trigger conditions occur, or do not occur within a specified time. Generally, a procedure corresponds to an order handling strategy used by a trader. A menu of standard procedures exist, and custom procedures are accommodated after being qualified for use in the present system. An interest represents an intent to trade. In contrast, an order is a definite commitment to buy or sell a certain amount. Generally, an institution or professional trader will know that they wish to trade when conditions are right, but will not be quite ready to submit an order. The institution or trader thus represents untapped market liquidity. By representing such liquidity as interests, the liquidity can be more efficient coupled to markets. Typically, a trader creates an interest by selecting a procedure from a menu, then supplying parameters representing what the trader wishes to trade and the conditions that will convert the general interest to a specific order. The interest is sent to a procedure processor. The procedure processor stores interests in an interest book, stores procedures in a procedure book, and when the triggers for the procedures specified in the interests occur, the procedure processor executes the procedures to spawn orders or notifications to block trading systems of willingness to negotiate. Thus, the liquidity represented by the interests is injected into markets.
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