With the Virtual ERP for e-Commerce, industry leaders in sales, accounting, inventory, shipping, and integration have for the first time ever come together to centralize operations and data for e-commerce businesses. The result is a unified network of best-of-breed systems that gives enterprising sellers the same business intelligence, operational stamina, and competitive edge enjoyed by the massive alpha retailers.Continue reading →
For the first time ever, industry leaders in storefront technology, accounting, inventory, shipping, and integration are joining forces to simplify operations and streamline data for e-commerce sellers. The result is the Virtual ERP for e-Commerce, a unified network of best-of-breed systems that gives independent sellers the same business intelligence, operational stamina, and competitive edge enjoyed by the massive alpha retailers. The Virtual ERP for e-Commerce offers both security and freedom from which to build a business that is profitable, sustainable, and scalable. Continue reading →
I say, yes, sell on marketplaces, like Amazon or eBay, and here’s why. Everyone should experiment with this sales model because there’s lots to learn from it, but it shouldn’t be the only strategy. Everyone knows it’s not wise to build a house on land that’s owned by someone else. Also, it’s good to diversify. So, if you’re going to build an e-commerce business and all of your sales are driven by a single marketplace, don’t be surprised if, in a few years, the rules of the game change and you no longer can sell on that channel. Or don’t be caught off guard when the terms change or the fees go up. Be smart. Absolutely, sell on a marketplace or multiple marketplaces, but learn from the experience and from the fierce competition. From there, take the necessary steps to grow your business and grab your own piece of e-commerce property by developing your own online store. Read more about selling smart online.
It’s that time of year again. Your loved one is expecting a special romantic treat and so are you. Turns out neither of you is in the market for a new pair of socks. As experts in online retail, we’ve created a handy gift guide to make this process as painless as possible. If we’ve done our job right, there may even be some pleasure in it for you. For your convenience, we’ve divided our list into three categories: Delectables, Desirables, and Unmentionables. Webgility’s 2016 #ValentinesDay #GiftGuide. How do I love thee? Let me #shop the ways. #Topgifts Click To Tweet
Delectables Chocolate Apricot Treasures, $25.75, BRFarms.com. If your sweetheart also likes a sweet tart, think outside of the typical chocolate box with dried apricots. This lovely collection includes the top-of-the-line dried Blenheim apricots, royal medallion, completely drenched in delicious milk, white, and dark chocolate from quality purveyor Guittard. Just between us, a little natural fiber never hurt anyone’s mood either.Continue reading →
Today, at the industry trade show SleeterCon in Las Vegas, we took another big step toward revolutionizing e-commerce by adding the first ever multi-channel inventory sync to our new Unify Enterprise e-commerce solution. Unify Enterprise empowers online retailers to sync inventory across all stores so they can run their business from one location. So no matter where you sell, you can manage your inventory across all major sales channels, including eBay, Amazon, Magento, Volusion, BigCommerce, and custom websites. No more skipping around between stores! By providing a single location for synchronizing inventory, we keep your warehouses efficient, eliminate wasteful spending, and ensure that you never oversell.