An item that is not shipped with the balance of the order. Item may not be in stock, yet produced or available. Generally the item will ship later after the majority of the order. Arden may pay for shipping costs.
Items that have been ordered but cannot be shipped due to stock out or some other reason. Prime measure of customer service performance (percent, number of occurrences, etc)
Any past-due, unfilled portion of an order. A back order may be for part of the quantity of any line item ordered or for an entire line item not delivered with the majority of the shipment. Back orders typically result from supplier inventory stock-outs.
a less-than-complete shipment of goods ordered for delivery, by a specified date, or the lack of delivery of any goods by that specified date
an item that is currently out of stock, but will be shipped as soon as it is available
To place a registration order for a domain name that is currently registered by another party.
The process used when a customer orders an item that is not in inventory; the order is filled when the item becomes available.
Product ordered but out of stock and promised to ship when the product becomes available.
part of the original order that was not filled that will be shipped when available without the customer reordering.
Out-of-stock items that cannot be shipped with a customer's original order and are sent to the customer as soon as available.
That portion of an order that cannot be delivered at the scheduled time, but will be delivered at a later date when available.
That portion of an order that the vendor cannot deliver on schedule and which has been re-entered for shipment when available.
A system used by suppliers when stock is not available at the time of order to save a store from having to place another order.
A customer order or commitment, which is unfilled due to insufficient stock.
A customer order for materials, goods in process, or finished goods that is not currently in stock but is to be sold or delivered when it becomes available.
Product ordered but out of stock. The demand will be satisfied when the stock is available.
The process a company uses when a customer orders an item that is not in inventory; the company fills the order when the item becomes available.
That portion of an order which cannot be delivered at the scheduled time and which is reentered for shipment whenever available at a later date.