Order Tracking
  • 18 May 2023
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Order Tracking

Article summary


Order Tracking with is one of many use cases where Tulip can be leveraged to streamline your operations. Improve the user experience with human-centric interfaces, Poke-Yoke complicated Process flows with Trigger logic, and drive process improvement with live visibility into your operations.

Legacy solutions lack the flexibility to prioritize both traceability and user experience. Streamline the user experience by reducing errors, training time, and increasing throughput.


This Functional Example will cover the core concepts needed to understand how to approach Order Tracking within Tulip. This documentation and the Apps associated with it aren't intended to be run in production, but rather as tools to teach all of the core concepts and approaches needed to achieve this use case.

Explore the Content

The content around Order Tracking should give you all of the information required to build a successful Order Tracking implementation.

App Architecture

Success starts with the right interfaces for your users. The app architecture will talk you through the existing app architecture, and provide recommendations on how apps could be configured to empower your workforce.

Data Model

Getting the data organized in a scalable way is essential to driving business decisions at lightning speed. This document will walk you through the recommended data architecture to drive value.

Data models are never one-size-fits-all. With Tulip we make it incredibly easy to extend a core data model to fit your process needs. The data model is followed throughout this Functional Example is a great starting point, but won't perfectly fit your needs (or anyone else's).

Extend the Concept

Functional Examples are intended to stand alone but much of the value of Tulip comes when you incorporate the concepts of order track with others.

This document will walk through some opportunities to extend order tracking to drive even more business value, without a whole lot of extra work.

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