New White Paper Offers Simple Ways to Capitalize on the Omnichannel Boom
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, December 09, 2015: Webgility Inc., the leading provider of software that connects and unifies multi-channel e-commerce sales data, business systems, and accounting, today released a new white paper to help businesses better understand -- and quickly capitalize on -- multi-channel online retail as they prepare for the rapidly growing omnichannel world. Filled with practical tips,"Master Multi-Channel in Three Easy Steps" is available for free download today.
The future of retail is unquestionably omnichannel. According to Forrester Research, 44% of total retail sales will be impacted by the web in 2016 -- for a total of $1.7 trillion in offline sales influenced by the web. To succeed in this environment, companies need to know how to:
"Truth be told, the most popular marketplaces and platforms don't necessarily want you to master multi-channel selling because it dilutes their cut of your profits," said Webgility Founder and CEO Parag Mamnani. "We created Unify Enterprise to rectify this situation. With Unify Enterprise, you have all the tools you need to thrive on multiple sales channels and strategically prepare for an omnichannel world. We hope this white paper will inspire you to make the most of the omnichannel movement through three simple yet powerful steps."
To learn more about Unify Enterprise or schedule a demo, please visit https://www.webgility.com/unify/.
Webgility, Inc. is the leading provider of software for multi-channel e-commerce companies. Its mission is to revolutionize the way online retailers run their business so they can focus on what inspires them and be more successful. Webgility's Unify and Unify Enterprise solutions connect all revenue streams and expenses so multi-channel companies can have better perspective, make smarter decisions, and run all operations from a single software. Webgility® is a certified partner of Intuit®, QuickBooks®, Xero, and NetSuite®, and works with more than 40 e-commerce platforms and SaaS providers (such as Amazon®, eBay®, Bigcommerce®, Shopify®, and Magento®), including shipping carriers (FedEx®, UPS®, USPS), payment processors (PayPal, Stripe), and hosting providers. Webgility's solutions manage millions of transactions each month for more than 10,000 online stores. Founded in 2007, Webgility is headquartered in San Francisco with an international branch in Indore, India. For more information about Webgility, visit http://www.webgility.com.