Taking orders from your customers by traditional methods such as email, phone, fax or face to face can be time consuming, costly and not always accurate. Your sales team can spend a good proportion of their time answering queries about stock availability and pricing. With the inclusion of an online store into your commercial strategy, you can take back control of how you sell, you can redeploy expensive sales people to concentrate on generating new opportunities and extend the reach of your products beyond office hours.
Taking an initial leap into eCommerce for the first time can be a daunting step. But it doesn’t need to be a costly or onerous task. We’ve pulled together some interesting reading material to help you develop your online strategy.
Squires Group – Sage 200 with Intellisell case study
An upgrade to Sage 200 combined with the adoption of Intellisell business ecommerce platform provides specialist home baking manufacturer and retailer Squires Group with a consolidated platform for international expansion.Squires Group – Sage 200 with Intellisell case study
Ravensden – Intellisell case study
Intellisell has total integration with Ravensden’s Sage ERP 1000 business softwareRavensden – Intellisell case study
Scolmore International – Intellisell case study
Scolmore International switches to Intellisell online web salesScolmore International – Intellisell case study