When it comes to your online stores, every detail counts, especially when it comes to keeping prices and counts consistent across your stores. Yet retailers lose trillions to distorted inventory or the combined costs of overstocks and out-of-stocks.
And that’s not surprising, given new inventory management statistics reveal multichannel sellers’ biggest inventory-related challenge is keeping prices and counts consistent across accounting platforms and business apps.
In this webinar, we’ll show you the multichannel inventory and price sync capabilities available to sellers on our Advanced and Premium plans for QuickBooks Desktop. Gain a deeper understanding of your business through inventory, and make the most of the features available in your plan.
How to sync prices and quantities across stores using Webgility’s QuickBooks Desktop integration
How to keep up with demand, so you never have too much or too little inventory
How to gain a deeper understanding of your business through inventory
This session is ideal for QuickBooks customers who subscribe to Webgility’s Advanced and Premium plans for QuickBooks Desktop, as well as multichannel sellers, marketplace (Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Walmart) sellers, FBA sellers, sellers who manage inventory in-house, sellers who dropship, and platform (Shopify, WooCommerce, BigCommerce, Wix) sellers.
Parag began his entrepreneurial journey while pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science at Arizona State University. As a Partner and Head of Technology at the web development startup Gate6, Parag helped grow the company into one of the top interactive agencies in Arizona.
Parag then joined Amazon as Product Management Lead and Evangelist for Amazon WebStore where he launched the WebStore Developer program and managed Amazon’s largest customer accounts, generating millions in revenue.
Today, he is leading Webgility through tremendous growth and development. Parag believes that most business challenges can be solved by looking closely at data. He loves numbers and gets the same rush from looking at a spreadsheet as he does from finding the perfect hot sauce.