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(This post was last published on March 11, 2015. We’ve updated it for accuracy and completeness.)
Installing an ERP like Sage is a crucial step for growing online businesses. ERPs are necessary tools to help manage inventory, purchasing and financial reporting. Even though necessary, adding another system to your technology stack complicates your business processes.
Instead of just working out of your eCommerce system like Magento, you now must worry about sharing that same data from Magento to Sage and vice-versa. This often requires you to hand-key online orders, inventory counts and shipping/tracking data between the two. Even during normal selling times, manual data entry can take employees several hours daily, slow down processes, and be error-prone.
When considering implementing an ERP like Sage, it’s important to consider how it will integrate with Magento. Integration eliminates manual data entry to ensure operational efficiency and data integrity across your organization. This article will provide a quick comparison of Sage’s various products and the best way to integrate with Magento. (more…)
nChannel Simplifies the Management of Multiple Sales Channels for Sage 100 ERP Users
COLUMBUS, OH – March 5, 2014 – nChannel, creator of the cloud-based Multi-Channel Operations Management platform, announced the release of its Sage Connector to help retailers, manufacturers and distributors more easily manage their data between Sage 100 and eCommerce, online marketplaces, point-of-sale, and other business systems.
As commerce continues to shift to the web, the Sage connector will enable companies to manage and streamline data processing, improve productivity, and reduce the cost of operating multiple sales channels while still providing a consistent customer shopping experience. nChannel’s Sage connector provides the Sage 100 ecosystem (formerly known as MAS90/200) with a conduit to the nChannel Any Channel Operations Management (nCOM) platform, where users can merchandise items, process orders, manage inventory, collect customer data, execute accounting and purchasing activity, and analyze real-time sales data all from a single point of access. (more…)
Internet Retailer recently reported: Wal-Mart grows global web sales 30% in 2013 and projects similar growth this year. It is no secret that the world’s largest retailers like Wal-Mart rely on a tightly woven web of automation to process every business transaction. Their value-chain network includes manufacturers, suppliers, logisticians, warehouses, distributors, physical stores and websites. This intricate web is made up of thousands of system integrations linking customer-facing kiosks, websites and mobile shopping apps with company-facing POS, ERP, SCM, CRM, HRM, financial systems and custom business applications. Multinational enterprises like Wal-Mart would be disabled, lose marketshare and eventually disappear if their tight-knit system failed to process the business data that enables them to quickly bring product to market and meet customer demand. (more…)
Business Cuts Order Processing Time by Two-Thirds and Streamlines Tasks Across Multiple Sales Channels
COLUMBUS, OH November 26, 2013 nChannel, creator of the cloud-based multi-channel management platform, announced today that Mikes Archery, supplier of archery equipment and accessories, has connected its accounting system, Sage MAS 90, with its online stores and eBay to simplify order entry, invoice generation and shipping using nChannels multi-channel management system. (more…)
COLUMBUS, OH November 14, 2013 nChannel, creator of the cloud-based multi-channel management platform, announced today that the release of nChannels Sage Connector is scheduled for January 2014. Sage provides business management software and services to 3.2 million small-to-medium sized businesses across North America. The connector will enable many of those users to integrate their Sage software to multiple eCommerce, online marketplace, point-of-sale and other business systems to simplify their selling processes and cut costs. (more…)