This is a guide to the Scan Out Process in Appliance.io.

Appliance.io delivery routing system is dependent on the scan-out process and failure to complete this process every day will lead to more mistakes at delivery. This process was specifically designed to eliminate delivery mistakes and is capable of incredible accuracy. Mistakes are still possible, but rare.

Each Delivery Type has a specific process that needs to be followed. The scan-out page will force you to follow this process.

The three Types of Deliveries.

Pick-up

Delivery- Routed

Delivery- Not Routed

Each version will be covered thoroughly below.

Start by opening the Scan out Page.

Select the Delivery Method. For this first example select “Pick-up”. The page will change slightly.

Some Companies organize pick-ups by store locations. This is not required but is common.

For Pick-ups you will search the Order number in the Search box. The scanning boxes will appear.

These boxes are designed for a scanner gun. The scanner will be used to scan the Model barcode first then the Serial Number barcode. The box will attempt to assist in moving the cursor from one box to the next. If both a model and serial are scanned it will auto-process.

If it is typed the Scan button will need to be clicked.

The items data will move down to the lower half of the page and that row will update to say scan completed.

To save the scans hit the Process button.

This item has been scanned out for pick-up. There is a second method.

This method is done entirely on the Order Page and is most commonly used by salespeople in the store. Each model must be scanned out individually.

Open the order containing the items being Picked-up.

Then click the Warehouse icon for the item.

The popup will open. If the item has already been scheduled as a pick-up you will need to switch to the Scheduled Tab.

The item will have no serial number. Add it here.

Then change the status to delivered.

The page will load and the item will now be scanned out for pickup. Close the popup.

This is the end of the second method example.

This section will cover scanning out Routed Deliveries.

Start by opening the scan-out page.

Then select a routed delivery method from the drop-down menu.

The Trucks and Drivers will be laid out on a series of tiles. Select one of these tiles to begin scanning.

The items currently scheduled and routed for that particular truck will load in the lower half of the page.

The scanning boxes will appear.

These boxes are designed for a scanner gun. The scanner will be used to scan the Model barcode first then the Serial Number barcode. The box will attempt to assist in moving the cursor from one box to the next. If both a model and serial are scanned it will auto-process.

If it is typed the Scan button will need to be clicked.

As items are scanned the lower half of the page will slowly update to show the remaining items.

To save the scans hit the Process button.

“Deliveries-not routed” are in the process of an update and will be covered in detail here later.

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