• Marello API

    Integrations are an important part of Marello. To facilitate integrations between Marello and other systems, Marello is equipped with a full-blown REST API. For an overview of the API coverage in Marello, you need to log in to your Marello installation and add /api/doc to the domain (https://YOURDOMAIN/api/doc). This will show you the…

  • Creating Products

    In this video we will be showing you how to manually create products in Marello.

  • Creating Orders

    In this video we will be showing you how to manually create orders in Marello.

  • Inventory Balancing

    Inventory Balancing is a method that divides inventory over the Sales Channels in such a way that the inventory supply is optimized for the demand in the Sales Channels.

  • Inventory sharing

    If your inventory is spread over multiple locations (Warehouses, Stores, etc), and you want to make full use of your total inventory, it might be beneficial to share the inventory between your Sales Channels. This ensures that Sales Channels do not run out of stock, while other locations still have plenty of stock left.

  • Reports

    In Marello, you can create reports based on the details of any entity available in the system. You can get easy-to-understand adjustable reports on the budgets and activity of different customers, on statuses of inventory, sales, returns, refunds, sales channels and more.

  • Warehouse Channel Group Links

    Warehouse groups and Sales Channel groups can be linked together. This ensures that the right warehouses are assigned to fulfilling orders from specific Sales Channels.

  • Warehouse Groups

    Inventory can be assigned to Warehouses and Warehouse Groups. Setting up Warehouse groups allows you to link Warehouses to Sales Channels and make sure the right warehouses are assigned to fulfill orders.

  • Warehouses

    A location where product inventory is located is considered a Warehouse. Examples of Warehouses are; Warehouses, Brick & Mortar Stores.