Sales system logistics refers to the management of sales processes within the broader context of logistics. This includes all activities related to the sale of products, from the initial order to delivery, invoicing, and payment collection.An effective sales system logistics strategy requires collaboration between different departments, such as sales, marketing, logistics, and finance. It also involves the use of technology and software solutions to streamline the sales process and ensure smooth and efficient order fulfillment.


Some key components of a sales system logistics strategy include:

  • Sales forecasting and planning: This involves predicting future sales volumes and developing a plan to meet demand, including inventory management and production planning.
  • Order processing and fulfillment: This involves receiving and processing orders, picking and packing products, and shipping them to customers.
  •   Invoicing and payment collection: This involves generating invoices and collecting payments from customers, as well as managing accounts receivable and payment disputes.

Customer Service

Customer service and support: This involves providing pre- and post-sales support to customers, including addressing inquiries, handling returns, and resolving complaints.To effectively manage sales system logistics, businesses often rely on various software solutions, such as customer relationship management (CRM) software, sales order management systems, and inventory management systems. These tools can help automate and streamline sales processes, improve visibility and tracking, and enhance customer satisfaction.