New York City... the shopping capital of the world... and a hot spot for eCommerce, CRM, and EDI integration solutions.
Friday, February 3, 2017Lauren Macdonald
New York City comes in first place on CNN’s list of the “World’s 12 Best Shopping Cities
” …and for good reason! This city is a retail giant, ranking high in all of the “must-have shopping criteria” for categories such as accessibility, value, variety, and overall shopping experience.
If you’re a New York retailer, we already know that your business is booming. Whether you sell online, in-store, or both, we’re sure you have plenty of traffic regardless of how it finds you.
But one thing that merchants in New York (both online and offline) are quickly realizing, is that keeping up with manual data entry into and out of their back-end accounting/ERP systems can be a nightmare when dealing with high transaction volumes. That’s why these New Yorkers are getting smart and calling eBridge Connections about accounting integration.
How eBridge can help…
At eBridge, we have a universal connector that makes it easy for us to connect accounting packages with eCommerce websites, CRM applications, and big-box retailers with strict requirements for EDI in order to sell product on their shelves.
To put it simply, we do it all.
Whether your accounting package is a product by Microsoft Dynamics, Sage, Epicor, NetSuite, SAP, Rootstock, etc., we can set you up with a fully managed integration solution that will fit the unique needs of your business.
If you have an eCommerce store on a platform such as Shopify, Magento, BigCommerce, Miva, etc., or you sell on online marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, or Walmart Marketplace, we can help you automate orders, inventory, shipping and tracking information, and more. And, if you use a Customer Relationship Management system (CRM), such as Salesforce, we can connect that to your accounting package as well so that your customer data is fully synced.
What is EDI and why does it matter to those in the ‘Big Apple’?
New York retailers know that getting their product in front of the massive amount of eyes that visit New York to do their shopping is key for their success as a business owner.
To do so, selling their product on the shelves of big-box retail giants like Best Buy, Walmart, Target, etc., are a huge way to boost sales. But in order to do business with these companies, merchants must be able to comply with their strict EDI requirements for doing so.
Check out the unique requirements for the company you’d like to do business with by clicking here.
Have any questions about integration? Reach out anytime.