Setup Product Catalogue & Manual Order

Setup Product Catalogue & Manual Orders

General Information

What is the product catalogue at bSecure?

The product catalogue is a list of products which Builders would like to sell online. It includes product image, description, SKU, Discounts etc.

Why do we need it?

It is useful for

1. Builders who are selling online without a website 2. Builders who want to accept prepayments with a link 3. Builders who have a small inventory

Step by Step Guide to - Setup Product Catalogue

Step 1

Builders who do not have a website and are using social platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook can list their products here and generate manual orders for their customers with just a click.


Step 2

Listing the products in the Product catalogue

On the main partner portal, go to the Products tab from the main menu and click on Add Products on the product page


Step 3

A pop up will open where you will be requested to enter your product details.

Product Name, SKU and Price are mandatory to list an item on the product page.


Step 4

Once you have entered the details, click create

The product will be listed on the Product’s Page and you can fetch it to generate manual orders on the Order’s page

Editing the Product

On the product page, click on the Product ID.


A pop up will open and you can make any changes in the product details. Once you are done, click Update


Step 5

Generating the Orders from Product Catalogue

You can generate orders by clicking on the create new order button on the orders page.


Now enter the customer details.

To enter order items, enter the SKU listed on the product page and click on Fetch from my catalogue button


Once the items are fetched from the catalogue, enter shipment and payment details and click on create order button.


Congratulations, you have successfully sent a manual order to your customer!

You can also create a Manual Order from the Product's page by selecting the item from the catalogue and creating an order from the Action's dropdown as illustrated in the picture below.