Skubana users can have one or many of the following permission levels:

Orders: Ability to process orders from all sales channels through direct shipping, multi-channel fulfillment, 3PL exports, or dropshipping. This includes all manual orders, as well as canceling of orders.

Shipments: Ability to view all shipments, batches, and returns. This includes the ability to track or void shipments, as well as print labels, pick lists, and packing slips.

Customers: Ability to view and manage all customer data Skubana automatically imports with incoming orders from sales channels. This also includes manual creation of customers.

Inventory: Ability to fully manage inventory across all in-house, FBA, 3PL, and dropship warehouses. This includes setting minimum inventory levels and channel allocation rules.

Purchase Orders: Ability to create, edit and track vendor purchase orders throughout the procurement life cycle. This includes canceling of purchase orders.

Purchase Order Authorization: Ability to approve and authorize newly created purchase orders. Users with this permission effectively issue purchase orders.

Products: Ability to manage your core products, kits, bundles, and variations. This includes creation and editing of basic product info, image gallery, listing SKUs, vendor products, and customs.

Analytics: Ability to run and view all reporting and analysis, including ad hoc, business intelligence, and forecasting reports. This includes auto-generation and e-mailing of reports.

Warehouses: Ability to create and modify in-house warehouses and 3PLs from which your company fulfills orders, including document print settings (in-house warehouses) and FTP settings (3PLs).

Sales Channels: Ability create and modify the sales channels on which your company sells. This includes channel connection, general settings, and requested shipment service mappings.

Shipping Providers: Ability to create and modify shipping providers used for address verification, rate calculation and printing of shipping labels for orders fulfilled from direct/in-house warehouses.

Templates: Ability to create and modify all your shipment e-mail notification templates, as well as packing slips sent with all your shipped products to customers.

Vendors: Ability to create and modify vendors that supply and/or manufacture the products your company sells. This includes the ability to configure dropshipping capabilities for eligible vendors.

Orderbots: Ability to create and modify orderbots used for filtering and workflow automation of customer orders from marketplaces and shopping carts.

Skubana Apps: Ability to install and uninstall apps from the Skubana App Store.

User Administration: Ability to create new users, modify other users' permissions, as well as activate and deactivate users in Skubana. This permission should be given to administrators only.

Billing & Invoices: Ability to enter and edit billing information, as well as view Skubana invoices of your monthly order totals. This permission should be given to administrators only.

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