The act of fulfilling; accomplishment; completion; as, the fulfillment of prophecy.
Specialist printing, packaging, secure warehousing and logistics services that complement CD and DVD manufacturing to meet the ever demanding needs of customers.
The act of delivering electronic goods, such as software or electronic documents, electronically or shipping physical goods by traditional means.
Order processing that includes documenting when an order was received, when and how it was shipped and when and how it was paid for.
Completion of a sales order.
the service of handling inbound inquiries or orders and responding with literature or products. Some lettershops offer these services and others offer lock box arrangements that forward inquiries and orders to customers.
online order delivery process (p. 39)
In the world of e-business, fulfillment refers to the process of shipping an order to a customer, and the automation of that process.
The procedures entailed in warehousing, shipping, and collection, during which a publisher processes the orders it receives, sends out books, and supplies invoices to its customers.
All activities involved in the processing and servicing of mail, FAX and telephone orders. 1. Literature Fulfillment refers to the sorting and qualifying of leads, sending the appropriate information, and, if outsourced, forwarding leads to the marketer for follow-up. 2. Subscription Fulfillment is a specialized service for periodical publishers. Services include: maintaining the subscriber list, generating invoices and renewals and recording payments. 3. Product Fulfillment is the storage and shipping of samples and merchandise.
The immediate and accurate compilation – electronically or in hardcopy formats – of warehoused or on-demand information, literature or products in response to a customer’s request. Methods include Pick/Pack, Intelligent Insertion and Electronic Fulfillment (e-Fulfillment).
A process that supplies a finished manufactured product directly from a manufacturing facility to a distributor or end user without intermediate storage. The fulfillment cycle may include receiving customer orders, building or configuring the products to order, shipping and invoicing products to distribution outlets or end users around the world Functional test: Test that identifies functional level faults in printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs), including manufacturing related faults not identified by in-circuit tests (ICT), timing related failures, and faults internal to components. Functional test equipment operates at the same frequency the PCBA is designed for and may have the capability to margin temperature, voltage and frequency.
The overall logistics associated with a product or products including but not limited to material handling, collation, incoming inspection, order processing & tracking, inventory control, warehousing, assembly and/or transportation. ( Find out more)
What happens after the e-commerce sale is made. Order fulfillment is the process of picking, packing and shipping the merchandise to the customer.
Fulfillment is the back end of a direct marketing campaign, or all the activities that go on once the customer's order is received: sending out mailers, opening orders, entering information in the computer and so on.
To carry out the processing of an order including picking, packing, and shipping of product.
The process which involves responding to the responder - either by providing additional information, shipping or billing products ordered.
generally used to describe the warehousing, packaging, labeling, shipping and tracking functions of an infomercial campaign. These responsibilities are typically subcontracted to "fulfillment" company. Some fulfillment houses also offer batch credit card transaction processing and inbound telephone customer service.
The warehousing, packaging, labeling, shipping and tracking information related to an infomercial product. Proper fulfillment also includes payment processing, customer service and returns.
Refers to storing books, selling books, preparing labels and packaging materials, packing your books, and shipping your books to fill orders.
The activities performed once an order is received. The term is also used to refer to the physical handling and shipping of an order.
The process of packaging and shipping an order. Sometimes there are multiple components to kit for one complete package.
The process of packaging and shipping an order for a distributor. Fulfillment may be performed by a supplier, a distributor or an independent fulfillment house.
The process of getting the product or service to the customer.
A process that supplies a finished manufactured product directly from a manufacturing facility to a distributor or end user without the finished product going back through the company that has created the product. The fulfillment cycle may include receiving customer orders, configuring the products to order, shipping and invoicing products to distribution outlets or end users around the world.
The process of reacting to a customer's request, covering everything that has to happen from the time the customer places an order until they are completely satisfied.
The process of shipping the product to the customer. Fulfillment receives the customer order, provides inventory control and tracks the order.
All activities involved in the processing and servicing of orders. Literature Fulfillment means sending collateral to leads; Product Fulfillment, sending samples and merchandise. (See Collateral)
Sending products to customers through internal or external facilities.