Sustainable commerce

Reduce waste and carbon emissions throughout your supply chain with OneStock OMS

of consumers expect CEOs to do more to reduce carbon emissions, tackle air pollution and make supply chains more sustainable.
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Maximise your climate impact through efficient order management


Accurately forecast customer demand for better use of raw materials & resources

Optimise shipping routes to reduce energy consumption & carbon emissions


Implement circular economy initiatives with cost-effective takeback and resale services

Poor order management practices don’t just cost businesses time and money – they also have serious consequences for the planet. Consumers are increasingly demanding that the brands they buy from take action to reduce their impact on the environment. OneStock’s Order Management System provides solutions to support sustainable business.

Reduce waste through effective inventory management

Minimise end-of-season stock

With near real-time inventory visibility on each sales channel, our OMS improves every item’s potential to sell. Intelligent order orchestration and dynamic store fulfilment further enable stock optimisation by routing orders to stores where sell-through is slower, helping businesses avoid overstock situations that lead to waste.

Sustainable stock integration

To allow brands to operate a circular economy model, our OMS seamlessly integrates pre-loved, refurbished and rental products into the supply chain. This can help to reduce the demand for new manufacturing, create alternative revenue streams, extend the product lifecycle and reduce waste.

Reduce carbon emissions through intelligent order orchestration

Shipping route optimisation

Transportation plays a significant role in a company’s carbon footprint. OneStock OMS is designed to optimise order fulfilment by consolidating orders and minimising mileage. By shipping online orders from stores, rather than a centralised warehouse, you can minimise the distance an order needs to travel and enable eco-friendly last-mile fulfilment options like delivery by bike. This translates to lower fuel consumption and a significantly reduced carbon footprint.

Minimise split orders

OneStock’s order orchestration engine favours stock locations that can ship the entire order to reduce packaging waste and carbon emissions. However, if this is not possible, iterative orchestration rules can be configured to control how split orders are handled and minimise the number of parcels that will be shipped to the customer.

Encourage greener choices

Our OMS can promote greener delivery methods by displaying the carbon emissions for each fulfilment method at checkout. By comparing the impact of same-day home delivery with Click and Collect, for example, consumers can make more informed choices.

Why is sustainability so important?

Better brand perception

Customers have more access to information about a brand’s practices. Integrating sustainability across all channels not only meets customer expectations but also builds brand loyalty, as consumers are more likely to support businesses that align with their values.

Advanced supply chain processes

A key component of sustainability is decreasing the environmental impact of supply chain operations. Inventory visibility and fulfilment optimisation through an OMS increases stock turnover, reduces waste and lowers the environmental impact of supply chain operations.

Sustainability isn’t just a buzzword, it’s a moral obligation and a competitive advantage. Our Order Management System empowers brands to embrace sustainability, to reduce their carbon footprint and to integrate second-hand stock.
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More benefits of OneStock OMS


Highly customisable to support the complexities involved in recycling, rental and resale initiatives

Scalability to ensure you can increase the impact of your sustainability efforts and meet CSR objectives faster


Responsible commerce innovations through our sponsorship of academic research at Toulouse INP and CNRS