Midsize retailers are focused on growth, but always with an eye on profitability. Although midsize retail firms may lack the resources of their larger competitors, they enjoy the advantage of being closer to the customers, and of being more flexible in strategy execution and pricing. But many retailers worry that these attributes may erode as their businesses expand.
Acumatica’s multi-channel retail software delivers a complete view of your business across online sales, telesales, and brick-and-mortar sales operations. This view helps you stay on top of all your channels, optimize inventory, track customer service, and keep a close eye on revenue, costs, and profitability.Show Next
Streamline your entire business – from ordering to inventory and accounting. Because Acumatica is web-based, it’s easy to link your franchises, warehouses, offices, and retail locations without the hassle of VPNs, private networks, and customized telecommunications solutions. With unlimited user pricing, you can involve more employees, partners, and customers so you can automate all business processes – even those that span multiple locations and external partners. Powerful retail reporting functionality gives you up-to-date information from your entire extended enterprise. This helps you make more informed decisions about ordering, pricing, promotions, inventory, and overhead.Show Next
According to Retailing Today* “E-commerce is getting bigger, not going away, but it’s not putting a stake in the heart of stores either. Instead, as retailers learn more about how to move toward true omni-channel integration, the physical presence and the online presence will be more intertwined. Previous years’ rampant fears about ‘showrooming’ are giving way to success stories around leveraging stores in support of omni-channel strategies.”
Cloud-based, comprehensive, integrated information systems like Acumatica deliver the platform for success with omni-channel commerce. You can:
*Top 5 retail trends to watch in 2015, Jess Dankert, RetailingToday.com, January 10, 2015