Simple Order Management with One Stop Order Processing

By Chris Dawson August 26, 2014 - 6:39 am

Last week Sid asked Tamebay a question: “When we print the Amazon invoices, it prints the SKU number which is great. However, when we print the eBay invoice it does not print the “custom label”, (SKU Label). I am already aware of the stock inventory software which does this, but we are too small for this. Do you have any other ideas?

We immediately thought of One Stop Order Processing (OSOP), a really neat bit of software which will do what Sid wants and a whole lot more besides. OSOP is written by Mole End Software, a UK based software development house that has been developing eCommerce software since 2002.

Now that the bank holiday is out of the way, if you’re going to make any software changes now is the time to do so. OSOP is available for a free 21 day trial so download and get started today. Come Christmas when you’re flooded with orders you’ll be so glad you got some simple automation in place.

One Stop Order Processing

One Stop Order ProcessingOSOP is a fully featured, configurable multi-channel order processing system. It is simple but powerful and so can be used by any size company and used by any individual no matter their skill level plus it’s easy to install and simple to use.

The software is completely configurable; it can be configured to work as you like to work. Orders can be processed in batches with can save you a considerable amount of time.

There are three versions of the software depending on your needs, for Sid we recommended the Lite version for a single PC at £49.99 + VAT per year.

One Stop Order Processing Lite

Lite is a fully functional order processing system, it allows you to import orders from the supported channels, print invoices, packing slips and includes most commonly required functions for an eCommerce business.

One Stop Order Processing Standard

Standard also allows you to export orders to other systems and has product management, email management, suppliers, refunds and other useful features.

One Stop Order Processing Standard Plus

Standard Plus includes automation, so you can automatically download orders from eBay, Amazon and Sellerdeck, send shipping confirmations, collect tracking information from couriers, automate daily tasks and more.

All three versions are available licensed for one or for multiple PCs. You can print Invoices, Packing Slips, Integrated labels sheets, Document Enclosed Wallets, Avery labels. Stock Reports, Post Office Proof of Posting Sheet. All reports can be edited to your exact requirements using standard HTML.

Supported Platforms

Orders can be imported from

eBay Amazon XCart eBid SellerDeck Actinic Desktop
Actinic Online Paypal osCommerce Interspire Bigcommerce CRE Loaded
ekmPowershop Pinnacle Cart RomanCart Mail Order Telephone Sales

Shipping confirmation can be sent to

eBay (requires Selling Manager Pro) Amazon (SellerCentral) PlayTrade (ProTrader)

Orders can be exported to

MetaPack Royal Mail SmartStamp UKMail/Business Post Consignor CityLink Clan 2000 and X-Tend
RoyalMail Despatch Express RoyalMail Despatch Manager Online (DMO) Fedex UPS
Quickbooks (IIF). Supports Quickbooks 2002-2007 and 2008 – 2014 (except Simple Start)
Sage (CSV). Supports all versions (except Sage Invoicing and Start-Up)
Most systems that import from CSV, XLS or XMLv



1 PC £49.95 £159.95 £259.95
2 PCs £64.90 £209.90 £319.90
3 PCs £79.85 £259.85 £379.95
4 PCs N/A £309.80 £439.95
5 PCs N/A £359.75 £499.95
Extra PC £19.95 £59.95 £69.95
All prices are ex VAT

If you want to simplify your order printing ready for the peak season download the free 21 day trial today.

  • 3 years ago

    Many thanks for sharing OSOP. I had not heard of it and will have a look.
    However, I am still using the amazing Packing Partner from Aimco Software and will find it hard to beat

  • 3 years ago

    Hi Carol,

    If you have any questions or need any help with you take a look at OSOP just give me (Jan) a call on 01395 239 022.

    Packing partner started out at about the same time as OSOP and I have heard good things about it but as I understand it Andrew is not selling it any more, he is just supporting existing subscribers.


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