There may be times when customers reject orders or packages are unable to be delivered. In those cases, packages may be returned to the supplier and suppliers may need to indicate the returned status of the package. Using the process below, suppliers can use Dsco to indicate that an order has been returned.

Note that not all retailers use this Dsco feature. Please confirm with your retail partners on how they typically handle rejected or undeliverable orders. 

Instead of reading this documentation article, if you'd prefer to see a walkthrough of this feature directly in the Dsco portal then click this link: Return an Order

Follow the steps below to indicate that an order has been returned to the supplier:

Step 1: Head to the ORDERS page in the main navigation bar and then select ALL ORDERS in the sub-navigation bar. Locate the order you'd like to mark as returned. Select the PO Number of the order to edit. 

Step 2: Locate the Return button in the Packages section of the order details page. If the order has multiple packages then you'll need to make sure you're selecting the correct package. Select the Return button on the package to mark as returned. 

The order must be in Shipped status for the Return button to be visible. 

Step 3: On the next page, add the Return Date, Return Number, and Return Reason. Select the Submit button when you're ready to mark the order as returned. 

After selecting the Submit button, you'll be returned to the order details page with a message noting that the return information was successfully added. In place of the Return button you'll also see the date of the return and return reason displayed. As soon as you mark the order as returned, your retail partner will be notified of the return and will take action from there to update the order. 

Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful

Comments

0 comments

Please sign in to leave a comment.