At times items fall into a corrections routine because the order cannot be fulfilled with the parameters that the customer intended upon checkout. In these cases we take that data and display it to the customer.
In the above example you’ll note that one of the items is now on back order and cannot be fulfilled with the rest of the items. The information is then conveyed to the customer.
This situation can also be used as a push message to the customer when something needs to be sent. So, if when a correction situation arises, our service can send the notification to the user if they are subscribed to receive it.
In the case of the Amazon Echo, if the customer subscribes to our service via the news briefing, we will alert the user at that time.