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With Black Friday right around the corner, we’re reading more articles about how retailers can be successful this year. Check out articles about why a less significant Black Friday is good for retailers, what lessons to learn from last year, and specific holiday advice for shopping app marketers.
Most eCommerce sellers fear migrating their webstores to a new platform. It seems too risky. It takes time, costs money, and requires you to move all your data. There’s so much that can seemly go wrong. They think migrating eCommerce platforms is a fast-track way to ruin sales!
So, merchants often avoid it for as long as they can. But, you really shouldn’t. Migration isn’t going to ruin your sales. Not upgrading to a new platform though could. Your current platform could be holding you back from growth, improving your business processes, and providing a better customer experience.
Let’s take an honest look at your business and see if you’re showing any of these signs that you need to replatform your eCommerce store. (more…)
Join nChannel Preisdent & CEO Steve Weber as he presents how to avoid last year’s eCommerce holiday mistakes to ensure your success in 2017. (more…)
This week we’re reading about tips to help you win at eCommerce. Check out articles about key tech trends driving eCommerce, how to prepare your site for holiday traffic, and which retailers are shaking up Internet Retailer’s Top 1000. (more…)
A recent eMarketer report forecasts global retail eCommerce sales to reach $4 trillion by 2020, making up 14.6% of total retail spending that year. That’s a staggering number. As consumers continue to shop online more frequently, retailers are looking to cash in on eCommerce sales.
However, as your eCommerce sales grow, it becomes harder to manage the volume. Growing merchants probably use other systems along with their eCommerce platform to manage their processes.
Are your current systems integrated? If they’re not, check out why your business may be ready for integration and how to do it. (more…)