The holiday season is here and I’m certain most of you with an eCommerce business have some plans or at least given some thought on how you can promote your eCommerce business and reach out to as many shoppers as you can. In this blogpost, we will cover how you can leverage coupons in WooCommerce to offer drool worthy deals on your products and services. With WooCommerce you can easily give coupons for all the scenarios.
ERP for any organization is a significant investment in IT resources, be it large organization or a SME. Microsoft Dynamics NAV is one of the most popular ERP system for SME segment. Though it is much less costly compared to Dynamics AX or SAP ECC ERP system as example which are mostly used in very large enterprises, but still to a SME, getting NAV Licenses and implementing it is quite costly.
Many startups has this basic notion that choosing an Open Source eCommerce Platform simply mean that it’s free to download and will be cheaper to use. Well guess what, you are absolutely wrong ! Choosing an Open Source eCommerce Platform like Magento, Prestashop or Opencart doesn’t mean it will be cheaper to use, though the first portion is true that mostly Open Source are Free to Download.
The sheer number of records to be maintained becomes so high that it leads to explosion of master data records. The number of records become in the same order as the number of transactions in this case. Maintaining a dummy customer master record is not an option as it leads to inaccuracy in calculation of freight and taxes. It can also lead to inaccuracy in shipping and invoicing processes.
A Shopify site administrator can create discount coupons for the customers and during the checkout process, customers can apply a discount coupon on a particular order. In this article we will go through the process of creating a discount coupon in Shopify and how a customer can apply that discount coupon during the checkout process.
Satisfied customers are the most valuable assets of a business. If customer information is not handled properly, then it becomes difficult to run a business smoothly. Two systems are often used to maintain all the data - the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) and CRM (Customer Relationship Management).