Your guide to Brandboom and wholesale vocabulary.
Line Sheet: Wholesale sales tool that showcases your products and your product information for retail buyers.
Lookbook: Another term for a line sheet. They can be designed to have more of a catalog feel than traditional line sheets.
Presentation: This refers to your line sheet or lookbook on Brandboom.
Share Link: A unique URL to share a presentation with buyers.
Brand Showroom: The default space in Brandboom that contains its own products, presentations, orders, owner, invited users, settings, and logos. After signing up as a new user, a brand showroom is instantly created. Each brand showroom is completely independent of each other.
Regional Showroom: Regional showrooms are connected to a “master” brand showroom. They are similar to brand showrooms, except they offer the ability to pass product and presentation in from a master brand showroom. Activity in a regional showroom is not necessarily visible to the master brand showroom, and it is never visible to another regional showroom.
Future: Future orders, also known as pre-book orders, are orders for future delivery, usually for an upcoming season's goods that haven't been manufactured yet. The ship date is usually set to indicate the expected delivery date.
At-Once: At-Once orders, immediates, or available to sell (ATS) are orders for stock that are available or on hand to be fulfilled right away.
Collections: Collections showcase multiple line sheet presentations from one link. Buyers browse the presentation previews and click on a preview to view the entire presentation. There are two types of Collections: Brand and Multi-Brand.
Brand Collections: This is set at the brand-level and will allow you to showcase multiple presentations for that brand only. For example: an individual line sheet for men's, women's, kid's, accessories, and homewares.
Multi-Brand Collections: This option allows you to create Collections for multiple brands in your own showroom, or even for external brands.
Price List: Set up different pricing for the same set of products. This can be done in the same or different currencies.
Customer Code/Sub Code: A code that represents the customer. If a customer has multiple shipping information, sales rep, etc., you can use a sub code to identify them.
Prepack: A predetermined bundle of sizes for a product, offered for sale as one combined package. Eg: 2 S, 3 M, 2 L, 2 XL.
SKU: Stock keeping unit. A unique identifier for each individual product.
UPC: Universal product code. Type of code added to product packaging in order to identify an item. Often displayed as a number underneath the barcode.
Barcode: Image consisting of a series of parallel black and white bars, read by a barcode scanner. Used to quickly identify products.
Teams: Teams allow groups of users to share full or limited showroom and product information with each other.
Inside Team: Users on an Inside Team have access to the same showroom. Users on this team can see the products, presentations, prices, orders, customers, and notifications of the showroom.
Outside Team: Users on an Outside Team have limited access to that showroom, as set by the showroom owner. They can choose to share or restrict order information, customers, notifications, products, and prices.
Team Customers: Outside team member’s customer list.
Brand Customers: Owner’s customer list. Outside team members must have permission from the owner to access or add customers to this list.
Open: The order was started and saved, but it hasn't been placed.
Processing: The order has been placed and is awaiting review by the seller. (Note: Units are not reserved from inventory until the order status is set to Complete.)
Reopen: The order has moved past Open and needs to be reopened. Sellers can reopen the order for the buyer to edit and the buyer will be notified that they can make changes.
Complete: Seller has reviewed the order details, confirmed, and finalized the order. Order quantities will be reserved from inventory and made unavailable for ordering. Shipment, payment, and export status labels can only be changed when an order is set to Complete.
(Note: If a complete order is set back to Processing, the reserved units will be released back as available inventory numbers.)
Invoiced: Invoices have been created from this order.
Void: Order has been voided or canceled. Inventory quantities will be released and made available for ordering.
Not Shipped: Products have not yet been shipped.
Pick-N-Packed: Products have been picked and packed in the warehouse and are ready to ship.
Partially: A portion of the products have been partially shipped.
Shipped: The order has shipped completely. You will be prompted with the option to notify your buyer.
Unpaid: No payment has been recorded.
Partially: Buyer has both paid and unpaid invoices attached to the order.
Paid: All invoices have been paid in full.
Unexported: Order has not been exported to an outside/integrated system.
Export Ready: This flags the order as ready to have its information sent to an outside/integrated system.
Exported: The order information was exported to an outside/integrated system. Editing inventory quantities at this point will cause the shipped values to clear.
Inventory: Starting inventory count. This will not change as the units are deducted. It can be edited directly or added to with the Adjust cell.
Adjust: Enter a value into this cell to add units to the Inventory cell.
Replace: Enter a value into this cell to completely replace units in the Inventory cell.
Processing: Units that are in pending orders. These units are not deducted from your available count at this stage.
Available: Units available to be ordered. This is also the value displayed on the product. (Inventory - Confirmed = Available).
Confirmed: Units tied to completed orders. (Inventory - Confirmed = Available)
Exported: Units that are tied to exported orders.Archived: Units that have been cleared. After updating the Inventory cell, the exported units will be moved to Archived.