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(This post was last published on on October 27th, 2017. We’ve updated it for accuracy and completeness.)
Many Shopify merchants don’t realize that operating with siloed software systems is holding their online business back. While having an ERP like NetSuite is an important investment in your operations, so is integrating it with Shopify and Shopify Plus. Without integration, your NetSuite implementation is likely costing you more than you realize.
Ask yourself these questions:
- Are you operating as efficiently as you can?
- Are you able to focus on your customer and selling instead of bookkeeping?
- How much data do you manually enter between Shopify/Shopify Plus and NetSuite?
If you don’t have a satisfactory answer to all three of those questions, it’s time to look at integrating Shopify and NetSuite.
This post discusses why you need to integrate Shopify and NetSuite and how to pick an integration approach that’s best for you. (more…)
(This post was originally published on February 24, 2015. We’ve updated it for accuracy and completeness.)
Since 2006, Shopify has evolved from a start up to one of the fastest growing eCommerce platforms with over 800,000 active stores. However, Shopify isn’t the only platform that’s turned heads over the past several years. It’s easier than ever for merchants to set up online storefronts and there’s a multitude of shopping cart software options to choose from – whether you can write code or not.
Choosing the right eCommerce platform for your online business can be a bit overwhelming. So, we’ve put together this guide for merchants considering Shopify for the first time or looking to move elsewhere. (more…)
You work hard to grow your retail business. You increase your presence online, open new retail locations, and add wholesale customers. As you expand though, you continue to add layers of complexity to your operations. You rely on moving data between multiple systems such as your eCommerce platform, POS and ERP to continue to process orders and keep finances in check.
Without automation, passing data between your systems becomes a laborious and time-consuming process that ultimately puts customer service levels at risk.
When your company starts to feel these pressures internally, it’s time to consider integrating Shopify and Shopify Plus to Microsoft Dynamics NAV, which is now Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central to transform your operations into the efficient and smoothing running business you know you can be. (more…)
(This post was originally published on December 9th, 2014. We’ve updated it for accuracy and completeness.)
Integrating your webstore like Shopify and Point-of-Sale System (POS) such as Lightspeed is critical for providing a stellar customer experience and streamlining your retail operations. You invest a lot of time and money into your business. You don’t want to prohibit your growth by skipping integration or doing it efficiently.
In this article, learn why you need to integrate Shopify and LightSpeed and how to pick the best integration approach for your business.
Over the last 10 years we’ve had countless conversations with merchants, especially multi-store retailers, who are surprised to learn that their eCommerce platform is incapable of displaying inventory by store. Facing large competitors that do have this capability, this oversight is extremely disappointing. Without it, merchants are unable to route web orders to the closest store for fulfillment or allow customers to pick up in store. It also hinders them from shipping product from 3PL locations or even suppliers that are closer to the buyer.
In all cases, these merchants have had few choices other than to spend a small fortune customizing their shopper experience or implementing a third-party order management system (that’s often overkill for their relatively simple requirements, and that may still not make their store data visible to eCommerce shoppers).
Realizing this challenge for retailers, Shopify recently announced that they’re adding new capabilities to track inventory updates and fulfillments across multiple locations.
This is big news! We’re pretty excited about it over here at nChannel and what it means for merchants, whether you’re already using Shopify or not. (more…)