Join us to learn how to Build a Simple, Smart, Scalable Online Retail Tech Stack
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ll be sponsoring and exhibiting at Bronto Summit, the leading commerce marketing event, to be held April 24-27 in Las Vegas. And if you’re in the Florida area, our Vice President of Marketing and Partnerships Christina Del Villar will be attending the Pitney Bowes Retail (R)evolution™ in Orlando April 24-26. To meet with sales at Bronto Summit, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For all media inquiries and to meet with Christina Del Villar in Orlando, please contact Eileen Conway at email@example.com.
At Bronto Summit, in addition to a partner luncheon, we’ll be demonstrating how to build a simple, smart, and scalable tech stack in Booth 13 of the Commerce Cafe. Of course you’re all invited to stop by and enter their “Guess the LEGOs” game for a chance to win an Amazon Echo. All entrants will be awarded with a bag of LEGOs, and a winner will be chosen daily.
As you may know, an e-commerce tech stack is an antidote to the “app fatigue” plaguing merchants today. Our Unify software is the anchor of an efficient tech stack, integrating with best-of-breed online retail solutions—bringing seamless automation, order, and scale to otherwise chaotic workflows and business operations. What’s more, Unify provides all the business intelligence, financial insight, and operational stamina of a larger, complex, and costlier integrated system. Unify and an e-commerce tech stack empower online retailers to focus on their passion rather than their operations.
To be successful, e-commerce companies need more than a great product—they need to scale easily and streamline operations. With our essential technology stack, online retailers can focus on their business aspirations rather than operational headaches. We look forward to showing everyone the future of e-commerce at these key events. See you there!
Calling all SXSW SMBs! We’re thrilled to be co-hosting an e-commerce industry cocktail party with fellow e-commerce leader ShippingEasy at this year’s SXSW Conference and Festivals. The free event will occur on Monday, March 13, from 6:30-9:30 PDT at Salty Sow. Registration is now open.
At the party, we’ll serve up hearty business-building sustenance along with delicious food and drink. We’ll offer advice for SMBs looking to tap into the revolutionary tech stack, which will bring together best-of-breed software and systems to help SMB retailers build their own “virtual ERP.”
Createad an antidote to the “app fatigue” plaguing today’s online sellers, the tech stack that makes up our e-Commerce Ecosystem will bring efficiency and order to otherwise chaotic workflows and business operations. The tech stack, or virtual ERP, will empower retailers to focus on doing the things they love while scaling more easily than ever. In addition, until businesses reach revenue of $50 million, the virtual ERP will provide all the business intelligence, financial insight, and operational stamina of a larger, complex, and costlier integrated system.
Our executive team is looking forward to enlightening businesses about the future of e-commerce and—aided by some great food and cocktails—explaining how the virtual ERP can help cut their costs so they can grow. We hope to see you at SXSW, which is always one of our favorite stops in our spring travels. To schedule interviews or conference appointments with the Webgility team, please contact Eileen Conway at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Best-in-class systems working together to build a better business for you
As you know, online retail is much like the brick-and-mortar experience, albeit in a virtual world. The shelves need to be stocked. The inventory needs to be updated across all online stores and marketplaces. Of course, the online buyer doesn’t carry out the product, so shipping and order fulfillment are added into the mix. And to up the ante a bit, the buyer’s experience better be positive, because the instant gratification of sharing an online review—good or bad—is just a click away.Now #sellers can build #ecommerce businesses that last and grow. #Unify #ecosystem Click To Tweet
While online retail is often thought of as the land of opportunity, the speed at which e-commerce has developed has flooded the industry with tools meant to solve for every challenge. Nowadays, every necessary function of selling comes with its own SaaS application, desktop software, or platform—point of sale, shopping carts, and marketplaces; bookkeeping and accounting; email marketing and customer relationship management; payment processing; shipping and fulfillment; and inventory and warehouse management to name just a few. Without each of these vital tools, a business doesn’t exist, but running back and forth between these disconnected applications can exhaust and frustrate even the most enthusiastic seller.
The resulting side effect of this well-intended overcorrection is commonly known as app fatigue. In its mildest form, this unfortunate state of SMB chaos simply dampens the joy of selling online, and at its most severe and tragic, app fatigue causes dreaded e-commerce burnout. Sound familiar?Continue reading →