During our webinar on 26th June 2018, we received lots of fantastic questions from our viewers. As we did not have time to get through them all on the session, we are posting Max’s answers here, so you can check back whenever you need to.
Amazon is huge. And the potential for sales is massive.
But with big sales, things can get complicated fast.
Fortunately, there are loads of automated options that can take care of the messy and boring bits: from accounting and tax codes to stock control and shipping.
If you’re yet to make the leap into e-commerce – or you’re not sure that you’re making the most of the tools available – there’s never been a better time to change the way you do business.
What’s the best web platform for an e-commerce business?
Although there’s no one-size-fits-all e-commerce platform, there are options to suit most budgets and customisation preferences.
We work with a very diverse range of clients when recommending and implementing inventory systems. Diverse not just in sector, size and distribution channels, but also their existing systems and goals.
These project briefs demonstrate the journey from current accounting and additional programs to an integrated cloud-based solution. In highlights the possible ways that we can help businesses with application that pass data automatically, saving hours of admin time.
By Guy Earnshaw
It’s time to ditch your traditional inventory management systems and save on the many hours of admin time. You can significantly reduce the risk of human error costing sales or damaging cash flow.
By using an automated cloud-based system that is fully integrated and offers you greater efficiencies, you can increase productivity and drive more sales without spending more on admin.
Staying on top of your inventory might not be the most exciting part of running a business – but it’s still one of the most important.
So we’ve put together a few stock management tips to help you cut costs, smooth out sales, and free up cash for the parts of your business that really need it.
We’ve all heard similar stories before. Massive companies roll out new technologies on a huge scale to cut costs, boost profits and raise productivity. These sorts of opportunities just aren’t available to smaller businesses, right?