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2 e-DMAS Consumer Web Order Entry (WEBOE8) An Enhancement For iSeries 400 DMAS from  Copyright I/O International, 2003, 2004, 2005 Skip Intro

3 2 e-DMAS Consumer Order entry to DMAS via the Internet for consumer retail sales, including 4 Opportunity to have your product catalog be viewed by the outside Internet world 4 Ability to present product thumbnails, pictures and technical product documentation 4 Ability for the outside world to enter and submit their own retail orders 4 Ability to accept multiple tender types including credit cards 4 All under full security and credit card encryption

4 3 e-DMAS Consumer The e-DMAS consumer enhancement from I/O 4 Allows you to leverage the best parts of the Web, your AS/400, and DMAS to the consumer world 4 Makes your company more visible to the Internet world 4 Displays data on the Web in ‘real-time’ and is displayed directly from the DMAS database 4 Allows any web user to purchase from you at a retail level

5 4 e-DMAS Consumer Visibility 4 Let any Web e-user view the products you sell 4 Present only selected products to the consumer world 4 Sensitive data is completely secured so they see only what you want them to see

6 5 e-DMAS Consumer The entry point for e-DMAS consumer 4 E-DMAS consumer entry may be one or more links from your company web site 4 The first page typically displayed is the e- DMAS Item Entry/Search pageItem Entry/Search

7 6 e-DMAS Consumer Order entryOrder entry (with displayed ads) 4 You define default warehouse for retail 4 User may select from multiple warehouses 4 User may enter item number and quantity 4 May utilize item search functions 4 Items ordered accumulated in a ‘shopping cart’ 4 Items are priced via standard DMAS pricing routines for consumer customers 4 User may review items ordered and resulting prices by reviewing shopping cart

8 7 e-DMAS Consumer Item searching features... 4 You can display ads on item search screensdisplay ads 4 Selecting from a list of item class descriptionsitem class 4 Selecting from a list of item sub-class descriptions (within the selected item class)item sub-class 4 Selecting from a list of fine line groups (within the selected item sub-class)fine line groups 4 Selecting from a list of manufacturers (for the list of fine line groups)manufacturers 4 View item search results shows the results of your search View item search results

9 8 e-DMAS Consumer Advanced item searching 4 For the more experienced customer 4 Allows for descriptive searching 4 May skip hierarchical item class / sub-class / fine line group selections

10 9 e-DMAS Consumer Features for inventory items 4 Select items may be coded to be ‘not orderable’ via consumer web, business web, or both 4 Select items may be coded to ‘not display’ in item searches via the Web 4 User may view item information for any viewable itemitem information 4 Item pictures and/or diagrams may be viewed by clicking a buttonpictures and/or diagrams

11 10 e-DMAS Consumer Features for inventory items... 4 Item specifications and technical documents may be displayed for select itemstechnical documents 4 Select group items may be coded so that e- user can view the components as a ‘related parts’‘related parts’ 4 DMAS extended item descriptions displayextended item descriptions

12 11 e-DMAS Consumer Shopping cart 4 Shopping cart format may be based on template template 4 User may delete ordered items from shopping cart 4 Other order details and prices may be reviewed during check out

13 12 e-DMAS Consumer Check Out 4 Allows entry of –Shipping address different from billing address –Selection of credit cart type –Selection of shipping method –P/O number –Shipping instructions –Requested shipping date

14 13 e-DMAS Consumer Check Out Check Out... 4 User prices and extended amounts are displayed 4 May optionally print a hard copy of order on PC printer 4 When order is completed, user submits order by clicking Submit Order Now button

15 14 e-DMAS Consumer Features provided for payment and security 4 Utilizes AS/400 and custom security 4 Credit card processing via ICVerify (purchased separately) 4 Internet transaction security and encryption via VeriSign (purchased separately)

16 15 e-DMAS Consumer Submitting an order 4 When a consumer submits an order –Thank You screen displayed to userThank You –Order is placed in a ‘receiving’ file on your AS/400 –One or more of your customer service reps receive a submission –The consumer receives a confirmation –Your customer service department ‘receives’ orders queued in receiving file –Order then processed like any other order

17 16 e-DMAS Consumer Summary Order From Search Results Item Class Item Sub-Class Searching For An Item Ordering An Item (click button to view detail) Enter Item Number Check Out Process Shopping Cart Fine Line Manufacturer Advanced Search Item Information Related Parts Back to Title Page Tailoring Options

18 17 e-DMAS Item Entry / Search All consumer web users are presented with the e-DMAS Item Entry/Search page Navigation buttons allow movement throughout your web site The user may key the item number and quantity or search for an item End of topic You establish a default warehouse for your consumer sales

19 18 Item More Information Screen When viewing the detail for an item, you can provide pictures and additional documentation. To view a picture of an item, the e-user clicks the Show Picture button If additional documentation is available, it is displayed here. End of topic

20 19 Item More Information Screen When viewing the detail for an item, you can provide pictures and additional documentation. To view a picture of an item, the e-user clicks the Show Picture button End of topic If this item had an extended description, it would display here

21 20 Item More Information Screen You may use group items to break an item down into parts If this is a group item for an assembly, the Show related parts button displays If this item had an extended description, it would display here End of topic Show related parts

22 21 Item More Information Screen When you click the related parts button, a list screen showing all components is displayed. All parts relating to the previous group item are displayed The user may order one or more items by entering a quantity End of topic

23 22 Item More Information Screen You may use group items to break an item down into parts If this is a group item for an assembly, the Show related parts button displays If this item had an extended description, it would display here End of topic Show related parts

24 23 Item More Information Screen When you click the related parts button, a list screen showing all components is displayed. All parts relating to the previous group item are displayed The user may order one or more items by entering a quantity End of topic

25 24 Item Related Parts You may use group items to break an item down into parts If this is a group item for an assembly, the Show related parts button displays If this item had an extended description, it would display here End of topic Show related parts

26 25 Item Related Parts When you click the related parts button, a list screen showing all components is displayed. All parts relating to the previous group item are displayed The user may order one or more items by entering a quantity End of topic

27 26 Item Search, Item Class A list of all item classes available is displayed. The e-user selects one by clicking it. All item classes are displayed by description with thumbnails The user clicks the item class desired End of topic Ads may be displayed

28 27 Item Search, Item Sub-class A list of all item sub-classes available within the selected item class is displayed. The e-user selects one by clicking it. The item class selected was ‘Industrial Tools & Supplies’. All item sub-classes available are displayed by description with thumbnails The user clicks the item sub-class desired End of topic Ads may be displayed that relate to the specific item class selected

29 28 Item Search, Detail Selection The user may see a list of the available choices by clicking the drop- down arrows Ads may be displayed specific to the product group and the manufacture of items within that group Detail product group (fine line group) is a further break-down of item sub-class. The item sub-class selected was ‘Industrial Tools & Equip’ The user may select a detail product group, manufacturer, or both End of topic

30 29 Advanced Item Search The user may use a combination of any or all pull-down selections and descriptive search. The user may use any or all of the pull-down search arguments A descriptive search may also be used End of topic To perform an advanced search, the user clicks the Search For Items button

31 30 Item Entry The user may enter an item number and quantity, or use item search functions. The user may select from multiple warehouses Items may be entered (item number, quantity, UOM) or selected via item search functions End of topic

32 31 Item Search Results Items satisfying the search criteria are displayed in a list If desired, items may be ordered from this page by entering a quantity and selecting a unit of measure More information about an item may be viewed by clicking the item’s description End of topic

33 32 Items may also be ordered directly from the Item More Information page Item Search Results Items may be ordered directly from the item search results page To order an item, enter a quantity, select a unit of measure (if more than one is displayed), then click “Add Selected Items” More than one item may be ordered at a time End of topic

34 33 Shopping Cart The shopping cart shows items ordered during this session (not under format control). Items ordered during this session show a quantity When you use a shopping cart template for retail orders and display the shopping cart under format, you may have other items display End of topic View Shopping Cart Under Format

35 34 Shopping Cart The format of this shopping cart is controlled by a shopping cart template which is used for all consumer retail customers With templates, a shopping cart may have up to 4 sections Comments may be added for sections and/or items, items may be highlighted. End of topic

36 35 Shopping Cart The shopping cart shows items ordered during this session (not under format control). Items ordered during this session show a quantity When you use a shopping cart template for retail orders and display the shopping cart under format, you may have other items display End of topic View Shopping Cart Under Format

37 36 Shopping Cart The format of this shopping cart is controlled by a shopping cart template which is used for all consumer retail customers With templates, a shopping cart may have up to 4 sections Comments may be added for sections and/or items, items may be highlighted. End of topic

38 37 Check Out Counter The check out counter displays the order that is about to be submitted. Anything can still be changed at this time. Order, payment, and shipping information should be carefully checked at this time Item prices and extended amounts are displayed for the user to review. End of topic

39 38 Check Out Process The check out process first requests billing and shipping information The user enters his billing information and address If payment is by credit card, this information must be the same as the credit card statement information

40 39 Check Out Process Second, if the merchandise is to be shipped to an address other than the billing address, the ship to address is entered next If the shipping and billing addresses are the same, no entry is necessary for ship to information If a specific shipping method is desired, it may be selected here

41 40 Check Out Process The user can now review the order totals and select the method of payment The order total is displayed including sales taxes and shipping charges (if any) The method of payment is selected and if a credit card, the credit card data is entered

42 41 Check Out Process The user now makes a final review of his order The user may add more items, return to the shopping cart, or revise billing information To submit the order, the user simply clicks “Submit Order Now” End of topic

43 42 Order ‘Thank You’ Upon order submission, a Thank You screen is displayed to the user. In addition to the Thank You, the user will be sent an , confirming the receipt of his order End of topic

44 43 Shopping Cart Templates 4 You may control the format of shopping carts by using a template and –Setting a sequence for the items to display –Force certain items to appear in a shopping cart –Create comments to display in the cart –Control how long previously ordered items stay in the cart –Put promotional items in the top section of the cart

45 44 Shopping Cart Templates 4 Shopping cart templates continued … –Create multiple templates –Assign an e-user to a specific template –Assign multiple e-users to a single template End of topic

46 45 Tailoring Options 4 Using the IOTAILOR WEBOE command, the user can tailor the WEBOE enhancement 4 The tailoring options control if shipping and handling charges should be generated

47 46 The user may be allowed to key text into the shipping instructions or select from a list of valid shipping instructions If shipping and handling charges are to be automatically calculated, then the “Yes” response must be selected for the first option Options 7 thru 11 apply only e-DMAS Business and do not apply to e-DMAS Consumer. Tailoring Options Tailoring options control if shipping and handling charges should be generated End of topic Options 2 thru 5 apply only if the I/O Enhanced Shipping & Handling enhancement is not installed but shipping and handling charges are automatically calculated via custom added code.

48 47 End of Presentation For more information about the e-DMAS Consumer Web Order Entry Enhancement for iSeries 400 DMAS, call I/O International, Inc. at (914) Thank you for your interest Suite 2002 Pinewood Business Center Somers, New York Return to e-DMAS Summary

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