Cameron Halmrast was hired to complete an unfinished website for specialty brick and mortar store Eugene Toy & Hobby, but he soon found himself in over his head. With 34,000 products and no systems in place for managing inventory, he needed far more than data entry help. Overselling had become a big problem and as a result online profits were going down the drain quickly. After a WooCommerce plug-in failed to do the job, Halmrast tried Webgility for 15 days and found the solution he was looking for.
With Webgility, Eugene Toy & Hobby has been able to:
Read how Webgility helped this once struggling mom-and-pop store find a way to survive— and thrive—online.