This post is long overdue. In the past five years, we’ve had hundreds of conversations with customers, partners and within our team on the subject of product attributes, options and variations. In fact, it’s so complex an issue that it’s the topic of a stand-alone training session for every new team member that joins Webgility.
I’ve been procrastinating writing this post for a while now but a curious email from a customer this morning about synching attributes finally got my fingers rolling on the keyboard.
Before you read further, I recommend grabbing a cup of your favorite beverage because this could take a little time. I wish it didn’t but then again, I wouldn’t be writing about it if it were simple.
Over the past six months, I’ve seen a growing number of clients who use Intuit Merchant Service (also known as QuickBooks® Merchant Service) to process credit card payments. Why this increase is a topic for another blog post. However, a constant question that I get from customers is: “How can I connect my Intuit Merchant Account with my online store?” In this blog post, I’ll provide an answer that will help those using Intuit Merchant Services and those considering it for their online store payment processing. Continue reading →