For Small To Mid-Sized Businesses Of All Industries
While every small to mid-sized eCommerce business has its own inventory and order management software needs, businesses in specific industries have things in common with one another. Specialty retail apparel businesses, for example, deal with inventory and order management issues related to size, colors and styles that can go in and out of fashion quickly; food and beverage businesses contend with receiving, shipping, and fulfillment schedules to minimize spoilage, timely gift delivery, proper shipping; eCommerce and catalog companies that sell ‘business to business’ often have unique credit policies, online and offline price lists and shipping programs for different customers, to name a few.
With over 10,000 eCommerce, warehouse, fulfillment center and catalog customers over the course of our 25 years, we have addressed the back office order management, order processing, inventory management, shipping and customer management needs of businesses in a wide variety of vertical markets. We tailored our inventory and order management for small to mid-sized eCommerce business solutions, Multichannel Order Manager (M.O.M.) and Freestyle Commerce, to handle the specific needs of just about any specialty vertical.
Inventory & Order Management Can Improve All Small to Mid-Sized Businesses
Whichever vertical industry best describes your company, you can count on our M.O.M. and Freestyle Commerce inventory & order management software solutions to deliver the best in class multi channel order processing, inventory management, integration with popular eCommerce software such as Magento, order fulfillment, integrated advanced shipping, visibility across multiple sales channels as well as accounting integration with QuickBooks, all while keeping your order history data in one customer database and easy to report on.
Select one of the links below to learn more about how our solutions can accelerate order processing and order fulfillment as well as alleviate inventory management issues as they pertain to your specific industry vertical:
Food and Beverage
While the food and beverage industry has not been insulated from the economic downturn, it does have the potential to weather economic storms better than other retail segments. In every type of economy, people will continue to buy and send gifts because special events, occasions and celebrations still occur.
Technology levels the playing field to allow small to medium-sized sporting goods retailers compete with larger ones. Whether shoppers order online, by phone or in person; whether they are outfitting themselves or an entire team, retailers need to be able to respond to customer orders without missing a beat by implementing best practices to manage an increasing volume of orders.
Specialty retailing is a highly competitive sector and those that succeed possess unique characteristics, selling strategies and customer service practices that set them apart from their competition. Apparel and specialty retailers must be experts in following consumer trends when it comes to spending and fashion in order to be ready with the right products when shoppers are ready to spend.
Auto parts retailers continue to experience strong performance through uncertain economic times. The impact of the recession on declining auto sales has had a positive impact for U.S. aftermarket auto parts retailers. Auto parts retailers can effectively fulfill this demand by developing customer loyalty and repeat business while looking to operate more efficiently.
Consumers across all age groups are continually seeking ways to maintain and improve their health. This trend, coupled with increasing health care costs, an aging Baby Boomer population and a rising interest in health and wellness through diet has fueled the growth in today’s nutraceuticals market.