Compare IBM Order Management vs. OpenText Active Orders

IBM Order Management is ranked 1st in Order Management Hubs while OpenText Active Orders is ranked 14th in Order Management Hubs. IBM Order Management is rated 0, while OpenText Active Orders is rated 0. On the other hand, IBM Order Management is most compared with Manhattan Active Omni, SAP Hybris Order Management and SAP Business Suite, whereas OpenText Active Orders is most compared with .
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Also Known As
Sterling Commerce Order Management, Sterling Order Management
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Overview
IBM Order Management orchestrates cross-channel selling and order orchestration processes across a dynamic business network of customers, suppliers, and partners. IBM Order Management provides robust cross-channel functionality that can intelligently broker orders across many disparate systems, provide a global view of all inventory across the supply chain, and help you make changes to business processes based on changing market conditions.

OpenText Active Orders is a cloud-based solution that provides buying organizations with the technology and services to optimize transaction management. It offers 360-degree supply chain visibility with all suppliers, including those not digitally enabled with their own order management software solution.

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Sample Customers
Williams-Sonoma, Telus, Avalara, VolkerHighways, ISE Commerce, Frontline, UniCredit GroupStage Stores, Owens & Minor, Boscov's, Michelin
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