Inventory management sounds as straightforward as it gets. You stock your stores and warehouses with products you can sell to your customers. But as any eCommerce business owner knows, it’s one of the toughest things to nail down. According to a report by Wasp Barcode Technologies, 43% of small businesses don’t even track inventory or.
Every ecommerce website is different. One of the first steps to building your new website is figuring out your own unique priorities and positioning. But no matter what the particulars of your business are, there are seven essential pages you should definitely plan on including on your ecommerce website. 1. Homepage You can’t have a.
Social media can drive visits to a company’s content pages. Google Analytics has a built-in report for tracking how much traffic your site receives from social media networks. Social media sites can be powerful tools for distributing content and driving engagement. But, like much of marketing, long-term social media success requires constant improvement. Improvement is.
This post is by Dan Burnham, Head of the Customer Success team at Volo. Dan has over 15 years of retail and ecommerce experience, and at Volo is focused on building a world-class customer experience and helping customers to grow. Volo provides technology and services to online multichannel sellers, and processes more than 40 million.
A punchout puts an online store inside of a B2B customer’s e-procurement system. It allows customer’s employees to access and shop your store without leaving their internal systems. “Punchout” refers to the electronic communication between a company’s internal procurement systems and its suppliers. Using punchout, a buyer can access suppliers’ catalogs and then purchase products.