Sage 200 Wholesale and Distribution

With integrated hand-held devices in the warehouse, you can increase productivity, understand stock movements and have a full view of stock availability.

The Sage 200 Distribution and Wholesales fully integrated eCommerce solution integrates with Magento, Shopify and many more, allowing your sales to continue to flow, even when your bricks and mortar branches are closed.


If your distribution or wholesale business is searching for more consistent business processes, management information you can rely on, and greater operational control, discover more about Sage 200 Distribution and Wholesale now. 

  • Enhanced stock balances show ‘Forward Orders’ quantity with drill down to unallocated Sales Orders, outstanding Purchase Orders, Quotes, and Proformas.
  • Enhancements to SOP, POP & Stock.
  • The Sales Order ‘Back Order’ management system easily controls the allocation of orders based on the promised date.
  • Cumulative daily stock balances are created to see when stock will run out.
  • Drill down on enhanced stock item balances to show future stock movement, unallocated Sales Orders, Quotes and Proformas, detail of stock allocated to sales orders, and purchase order status.
  • Rapid order entry functions provided by historical order lines, copy orders, use SOP templates, and a dedicated rapid order entry screen all offering drill-down functions.
  • New SOP status for ‘Whole Order Ship’ and ‘Deliver with next order’.

Distribution – Advanced

  • Dynamic calculation of Min stock levels based on sales/usage history plus supplier lead time and defined safety margin to create xx days of stock cover.
  • Advanced long lead time item profiling with expected orders.
    Suggested Purchase Orders created for stock demand, shortages and imported sales forecasts.
  • Suggested purchase orders are also created for suppliers via stock and direct deliveries to allow all purchase ordering processing to be managed in a single screen.
  • ‘Pre-Allocate’ stock – a virtual allocation of outstanding purchase orders to a sales order which are auto allocated at goods received.
  • Warehouse (e.g. Van stock) replenishment with stock transfer tracking and documentation.
  • Lost Order analysis captures sales that could not be completed due to no stock or other reasons/
  • Details used in the min stock calculation routine help reflect a more accurate theoretical sales figure for the period.

Material Planning

Material Planning creates suggested purchase orders for stock shortages based on supplier lead times and min order quantities, min stock levels, unallocated sales orders and imported sales forecasts. Other demand is generated from Kitting, Service, Job Costing and Works Order Processing.

  • Advanced ‘Landed Cost’ management per supplier with imports from CSV.
  • Update supplier lead time (plus safety margins) and landed cost information can easily be applied to related stock items from supplier account configuration.
  • Sales Order Allocation screen allows allocation of stock deliveries to multiple sales orders in a single screen Stock can also be unallocated from multiple sales orders.
  • Installed and maintained within Sage 200.
  • Will run on any Android.
  • Receive purchases orders, and put away into existing or new bins.
  • Pick & despatch sales orders.
  • Issue & return stock to internal/jobs.
  • Pick stock for Works Orders & Kits and build when pick complete.
  • Pick stock for stock transfer (Service and Warehouse Replenishment).
    Add ‘found’ stock.
  • Write off the damaged stock.
  • Complete a Stock take for both traceable and non-traceable items.
  • Transfer stock in the warehouse, even if it is allocated.
  • Allocate received stock to Sales Orders using back to back or pre-allocations processing.
  • The Sage 200 report designer supports many barcode formats as standard.
  • Layouts are provided in the Sage 200 report designer to:
  • print bar-code labels at goods in
  • print warehouse bin location labels
  • print barcodes on purchase orders, sales orders, job sheets and works order