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Integrating your Microsoft Dynamics system can be a big undertaking, but crucial to taking your multichannel retail business to the next step. The first thing you should do is find the right partner for the job. This is the type of project that you want to do right the first time around. Integration projects managed by the wrong vendor can end up being too complicated, time consuming, and waste thousands of your dollars, without delivering a solution that works.
The best way to ensure you find the right integration partner for your Microsoft Dynamics system is to diligently research your options. We put together a list of the top things to look for in an integration partner and their integration practice to aid your search process. (more…)
(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.
As eCommerce sales continue to grow, merchants are investing more in their online presence. They’re upgrading their technology and expanding to even more sales channels. They’re chasing their customers and trying to meet their demands.
However, a multichannel strategy puts a lot of pressure on your operations. Increasing online orders means keep tracking of inventory levels, processing more orders, and ensuring that shipping/tracking information is accurate between your ERP NetSuite and eCommerce platform.
When your processes are too slow, the customer experience suffers.
Merchants can improve their customer experience by upgrading their eCommerce platforms and integrating their backend ERP NetSuite. We’ll help you better understand the benefits of integration and the best way to do it. (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…)
(This post was originally published on May 16th, 2012. We’ve updated it for accuracy and completeness.)
To sell through multichannel channels, merchants use a number of different systems to manage their business. On the frontend, you might sell through an eCommerce store or marketplaces. On the backend, sellers often use an ERP, CRM, or POS system to manage different aspects of their selling operations.
For most sellers though, their ERP system becomes the heart of their business. It’s the central location where you manage all selling processes. However, not all sellers integrate their ERP to their other systems. Find out what multichannel ERP integration is and how it can help your business. (more…)