OMS (Order Management System)

Globalisation, increasing customer demands, conquering new markets and omni-channel activity impose organisational changes on companies.

"Lean production" has become essential to avoid overstocking, while guaranteeing a high availability of products to meet demand. These issues require high performance in terms of cost optimisation and service quality.

To keep up with this constantly changing environment, companies must make organisational and strategic changes to meet their customers' expectations. 

With LM OMS, you can direct your orders according to the sales channel, the configuration of your logistics network and your stock availability (warehouses or stores).


Main features

Our Order Management solution is dedicated to multi-site or multi-channel logistics organisation and aims to facilitate the missions of logistics decision-makers by offering them various functionalities, from procurement planning to multi-site monitoring, regardless of the type of logistics organisation: central platforms, regional warehouses, local depots and dispatching platforms.

Rule manager


Sturdiness and speed

Integration into the information system

Inventory visibility

Monitoring of the order life cycle



Stores and warehouses: combine the best of each world!

Our OMS offer integrates the retail expertise of SoCloz with the logistic expertise of Savoye to meet the omnicanal challenges from a unified stock vision.

SoCloz includes the following features in one plattform:  

  • Orchestration of the orders from web and stores  
  • Interface of order processing and payment on the shop floor (mobile & web)  
  • Management of the omnicanal orders in the shop (alerting, preparation, hand-over/shipping)

The SoCloz platform covers each feature expected by the retailers


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What are the benefits ? 

Its benefits are inventory level reduction (by stocking less of a safety margin, by proposing replacements or stock transfers in the event of a shortage), a smoothing of flows through load anticipating (one of the many possible criteria for allocating flows), a reduction in costs, particularly transport costs (by grouping orders, by allocation according to geographical location), and finally an improvement in responsiveness to changes and, ultimately, in customer relations. It can be installed without changing the entire information system: ERP and the execution system are simply completed with a new rule manager that becomes the central point of the logistics organisation.





customer promise


Optimisation of the logistics networkOptimisation of inventory levelsOrchestration of sales ordersAdherence to the customer promiseOptimisation of preparation and delivery costs