Choosing a multichannel ecommerce software supplier

By Dan Wilson August 22, 2016 - 11:40 pm

It’s one of those big decisions that any serious ecommerce seller faces. Wherever you’re selling, the backend of the operation is largely the same. You store pick and pack your stock and despatch it. It doesn’t really matter where it’s sold.

But often plugging into multiple marketplaces can be a pain. There’s eBay and Amazon, and your own transactional website to consider in the first instance, but there are also other channels to sell into too. That’s where a multichannel software partner becomes vital. But how do you choose?

This ebook from Volo called: “Buying Multichannel ecommerce software: 7 things for brands and merchants to think about” helps you choose.

It’s all about asking the right questions and ascertaining your business needs. What do you want to do and what do you need help with? This ebook is a vital guide to help you make the right choice.

It’s a big decision and a big expense, so think about it carefully, as the ebook says: “Investing in this solution is probably the most important decision you’ll make. You’ll want to get it right. Maybe you’ve never bought this kind of thing before, and you’re not sure how to go about it. This ebook covers 7 key things to think about before you buy.”

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