Problem #1

We’re losing a lot of sales to online competition

Consumers are cross-shopping prices or have a bad shopping experience while browsing retailers’ stores online. Issues may be:

  • Outdated pricing.

  • Incorrect inventory.

  • Shoppers can’t find what they’re looking for because of confusing categorization, filters, and search. 

  • There is missing product information and specs.

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Solution #1

We’re losing a lot of sales to online competition

  • Keep pricing in sync and up-to-date with one source of truth.

  • Show accurate local and manufacturer inventory with automated data updates.

  • Use tags to build out filter options to allow shoppers to narrow down their search.

  • Normalized managed vendor catalogs for easy browsing between multiple data feeds and built out product pages including product details, images, related items, kitted SKUs, inventory, and pricing.

Problem #2

My website pricing is always out of whack

  • It’s a manual process and retailers have to email their web agency price sheets, leading to delays.

  • Technology platforms don’t “talk” to each other, forcing retailers to duplicate efforts (aka waste time).

  • No true integration between POS/Web/In-Store Tech requires staff to ensure all platforms are on the same price list.

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Solution #2

My website pricing is always out of whack

  • Keep pricing in sync and up-to-date with one source of truth.

  • Automatic updates.

  • Easy pricing tools for setting up multipliers and pricing rules based on product attributes like manufacturer, category, brand, and more.

Problem #3

I’m not getting enough business from my website

  • Shoppers can’t easily find the products they’re looking for.

  • Shoppers cross-shop retailers’ competitors for pricing.

  • Don’t see the value or benefits in buying from the retailer.

  • Retailers’ website is malfunctioning.

  • Retailers’ online and offline experiences are disconnected.

  • Retailers’ website is slow or feels dated.

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Solution #3

I’m not getting enough business from my website

  • Provide in-store incentives – grab attention online but bring them in-store to close the deal (in-store discounts).

  • Website connectors for keeping in-store pricing, product data, and inventory all in sync with retailers’ online channels.

  • Pre-formatted data for retailers’ ecommerce platforms or easy-to-use API for web developers.

  • Use state-of-the-art ecommerce platforms that provide shoppers with the experience they have come to expect.

Male furniture store owner calling someone about problems with his website.
Problem #4

I don’t have time to keep my website inventory up to date

  • A disconnect between business tools and platforms.

  • It is a manual process for retailers to update inventory.

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Solution #4

I don’t have time to keep my website inventory up to date

Updating inventory from a single source of truth (one place) updates inventory everywhere. All vendor data is linked and retailers’ individual store warehouse and showroom inventory (connected via POS or SFTP).

Male furniture store owner relaxing because his website is running smoothly without needing manual updates

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