What does it really mean? What many buyers get confused about is what exactly the sales rank signifies. While it does speak to, and we quote Amazon here, “how well a product is selling overall, it doesn’t always indicate how well an item is selling among other similar items.” It’s a rather isolated measurement, as opposed to being able to compare it within and across categories. Also, the short time-frame during which the best sellers rank is calculated means that it’s an extremely small sample pool. Say you’ve got a very small sales rank number (i.e. as close to 1 as possible) — to assume it’s a hot seller may be incorrect, as the buyer, could simply be looking at something that’s been sold just a few seconds or minutes ago. Continue reading →
Our customers show us record transaction volume and revenue growth
Today we announced a record quarter for customer revenue and activity. And as I predicted, leading the adoption trend are members of the emerging niche economy—small, independent retailers who are building entire industries around specific offerings ranging from coffee roasting to horse grooming.
The days of online retailers trying to be everything to everyone are over. Small retailers are recognizing that you don’t have to be like Amazon to compete with Amazon. All you need to do is tap into the incredibly targeted market needs and software solutions that now exists to build the business of your dreams, finding not just revenue but personal satisfaction along the way. Unify helps companies focus on their business rather than their data management. We’re glad to see more and more companies finding success by embracing our solution in record amounts.Continue reading →
As you know, we’ve been busy around here relaunching eCC Cloud as Unify and eCC Desktop as Unify Enterprise. As these are the first products to allow multi-channels retailers to run and optimize all operations from a single view, response from the e-commerce industry has been overwhelmingly positive. But wait, there’s more. Continue reading →
Many of our customers sell on multiple channels, which can be convoluted. But we’ve found that selling on a single marketplace can also have its own special complexities that are worth creating work-arounds for. For example, selling on Amazon can be complicated because Amazon operates with its own set of seller rules. One such issue arises when trying to reconcile a physical bank deposit and Amazon records with your QuickBooks undeposited funds. Continue reading →