The Ultimate Guide to Multi-Channel Software Free eBook

By Chris Dawson August 18, 2014 - 9:32 am

Ultimate Guide to Multi-Channel SoftwareLast week Matthew Ogborne, co-Founder of authored a five part series on Tamebay – “The Ultimate Guide to Multi-Channel Software”. Today he’s published the entire series as a free eBook available for all Tamebay readers to download.

We’ve published the first five chapters – “What is Multi-Channel Software?”, “The Key aka the Stock Number“, “Inventory Management”, “Templates” and Order Management“, but the book contains a further seven chapters to help you choose the best solution for you.

Matt and I both firmly believe that any software is good software and that no matter which solution you choose it will help you grow your business exponentially compared to doing everything manually. We also agree that there is also no perfect solution – Many providers will do all the basics that you need, but depending which marketplaces you trade on and what additions you need like support for a specific website platform, social, paid search and pricing models, it’s unlikely that there actually is a perfect solution for you.

The aim of “The Ultimate Guide to Multi-Channel Software” is to enable you to pick the solution which is the best fit for your business and at least arm you with the questions you need to ask.

You can download “The Ultimate Guide to Multi-Channel Software” for free today.

Finally we’d like to give a huge “Thank you” to Matt for his work on the series and for giving Tamebay an exclusive on the first five chapters of the book. We know a lot of readers have already found it invaluable and it will be available for download for years to come to help future generations of ecommerce businesses grow and flourish with the help of multi-channel software.

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