You’re first and foremost a business owner. Your focus is on selling more, growing your business, and how to better serve your customers.
You’re not a developer, accountant, or an eCommerce genius. You don’t want to spend time thinking about how to automate order fulfillment, product listings, and inventory updates. You certainly don’t have the time (or the budget) to handle a bunch of vendors to get it done either. So, you’ve put integration off for as long as you can.
However, your current customer experience is telling you that it has been long enough. See what’s ruining your current customer experience and how Quickbooks eCommerce automation can help! (more…)
This week we’re reading a range of topics from how to dominate online B2B selling, why retailers need to double down on digital for next holiday season, and why 2018 is the year for retail pop-ups.
(This post was originally published on Feb 2, 2014. We’ve updated it for accuracy and completeness.)
Whether you’re opening an online store for the first time, or already running multiple online sales channels, one of the biggest challenges you face is managing the large amounts of data that these operations generate. Your hectic days are filled with you racing around pulling orders, updating item information, updating inventory, creating invoices, and entering payments in Quickbooks.
The amount of time you spend tracking down information, fixing errors, and manually entering data is costly and counterproductive. That’s why you need to integrate Quickbooks and your eCommerce storefront.
In this post, we’ll discuss what to look for in eCommerce platforms that work well with Quickbooks and the best solutions for Quickbooks eCommerce integration.
This week we’re reading all about how retailers are investing in and using more technology. See how eCommerce can benefit from automation, how retailers are boosting their tech spend, and technology’s role in the transformation of the retail landscape. (more…)
One of the most frustrating experiences for online shoppers is receiving an online order late or never at all. A bad experience like this can ensure that customer doesn’t shop with you again.
Despite its importance, online merchants tend to overlook their shipping and fulfillment strategy. Others might know it’s important, but find it’s too confusing or complex to optimize. Either way, you could be losing sales and wasting money by not improving your fulfillment strategy.
To help merchants navigate the complexities of eCommerce order fulfillment, this guide helps you determine the best fulfillment strategy for your business. (more…)