Extensiv Warehouse Manager integrates with most leading ecommerce and marketplace partners. Our Extensiv Integration Manager makes it easy to create, add, or customize an integration that is right for your business.
Manage Your Warehouse Anytime, Anywhere
Staying on top of your warehoused inventory is essential. No warehouse operates in isolation these days. Extensiv helps you manage it all with one technology platform.
With Warehouse Manager, you can:
Easily Integrate with All Ecommerce and Marketplaces
Sync your inventory and order tracking information from your OMS and WMS tools back to Shopify so that your store is always up to date.
Sync your inventory and order tracking information from your OMS and WMS tools back to WooCommerce so that your store is always up to date.
Automatically download orders from PayPal and load them into your shipping system.
Automatically download orders, sync inventory, and upload shipment tracking information back to Magento so that your store is always up to date.
Sync your inventory and order tracking information from your OMS and WMS tools back to BigCommerce so that your store is always up to date.
Automatically download orders from eBay and load them into your shipping system.
Sync your inventory and order tracking information from your OMS and WMS tools back to Ultracart so that your store is always up to date.
Sync your inventory and order tracking information from your OMS and WMS tools back to Walmart so that your store is always up to date.
"We were never concerned about growth - partnering with 3PL Central made that easy for us."
— Dan Finkle
Co-Founder of Captech Logistics
Frequently Asked Questions
A private warehouse (also known as a proprietary or an in-house warehouse) is one that fulfills its own products and is privately operated by a manufacturer, distributor, or wholesaler.
Receiving in Extensiv Warehouse Manager refers to receiving inventory against an existing receiving transaction. There are other ways to enter inventory into Extensiv Warehouse Manager, but using a receiving order to receive against gives the most detail. A typical receiving process is as follows:
- Receiving order created in Extensiv Warehouse Manager (created manually or synced from another application via integration)
- Receiving order document printed (optional)
- Once inventory arrives in the dock, the user opens the receiving order on the handheld device or mobile app to begin receiving
- Inventory is placed into a bin on the receiving dock via the scanner / mobile app
- Bin move / Put away used to move the inventory from the receiving dock to the shelf location (bin)
Once outbound shipping orders arrive in Extensiv Warehouse Manager (via integration or created in Extensiv Warehouse Manager), the next step is for a warehouse worker to pick the order. Picking an order is the process of removing inventory from a bin and preparing it for shipment.
There are several ways to pick orders depending on your company’s needs.
In Extensiv Warehouse Manager order picking can be run in a couple of different modes. Which mode you use will vary from company to company based on your day-to-day operations.
A barcode is a machine-readable representation of data that allows a mobile device to identify and validate products and locations without manual data entry by the warehouse employee.
Simply put, barcodes are a faster way to input data into your mobile device or PC, rather than typing them. Barcodes can greatly increase accuracy, speed, and efficiency in your warehouse. Barcodes can be used in a number of ways to improve your business process within the warehouse. Barcodes can be used as a unique identifier for many of the key components in a warehouse, including:
- Bin locations/shelving
- Printed shipping and receiving documents
- Shipping labels
An integration is a connection between two computer systems. In the case of Extensiv Warehouse Manager, these systems are frequently accounting, CRM, or ecommerce applications. Integrations to Extensiv Warehouse Manager can be created on a custom basis by a software developer using our REST API, or customers can use Extensiv Integration Manager, formerly known as CartRover, for pre-built integrations, which do not require any development expertise.
Cycle counting is the process of understanding how much inventory you have of your products. It is used to do a physical count of exactly what is in your warehouse. Cycle counts can be performed via the handheld barcode scanner or the mobile application. On both the device and mobile application, there are two types of cycle counts: blind count and technical count.
Blind count: Blind count will allow the user to go from bin to bin and simply count quantities of items in each bin. There is no information given to the user as to what the system is currently holding in the bin being counted. You can only count Items with blind count.
Technical count: Technical count allows you to count bin quantities of items, assets, and lots. Technical count provides the user with an expected list of parts and expected quantities of the bin. You can only count quantities of assets and lot products with technical count.