Streamline Processes and Maximize Resources with Integrated E-commerce

Businesses today are increasingly looking to the Web to streamline processes and maximize resources. Thus, an e-commerce solution that enables you to leverage existing processes and systems is the key to harnessing the power of the Web.  E-commerce is the most revolutionized way of selling products in a relatively low cost. But do you have a successful e-commerce storefront integrated with your Sage ERP Accpac system?  Often Business owner use an e-commerce platform and ERP system separately, making silos of information and they miss out on the benefits of an integrated system. Imagine getting the e-commerce data directly from your Sage ERP Accpac system without any human interaction.  It would provide you with numerous benefits, including:

  1. Increases Self- Service Functionality: The availability of real-time data from the ERP system on to the store front, allows customers to view available inventory, latest order status, and track shipments with tracking numbers. This helps in reducing your cost of operations and improves customer experience with your store front.
  2. Reduce your inventory cost by having updated sales information: All web sales information will instantly appear into your ERP system. ERP Item Inventory will also be updated based on these web transactions. So with the most up to date web sales information and inventory, ERP user can properly plan the purchase and thus reduces the inventory cost.
  3. Generate financial reports in ERP, based on Web Transactions: e-commerce applications are able to generate financial reports on sales. But integration with Sage Accpac ERP provides the merchant the ability to produce balance sheet, P/L Statement, Trial Balance, Cash Flow, etc. which gives the transparency in financial information across the organization.
  4. Increased internal productivity: Because the integrated system streamlines multiple business processes, it has reduced human resource involvement in these processes. Web sales orders will be integrated to the ERP system in real time, back office ERP user can instantly track the order and start the further processing. Thus the order fulfillment cycle is reduced through this integration.
  5. Reduced Human Involvement, Data Redundancy and Error: With integration, web customer details, web orders, payment & shipping information will be integrated to your Sage ERP Accpac system, similarly Item and Inventory details can be uploaded from ERP to e-commerce portal, so in any way this integration will eliminate the need of reentering the data. Thus the integrated solution will reduce human involvement, data redundancy and error over two platforms.
  6. Increase Customer Satisfaction: Ease of getting most up to date product information, inventory availability detail, order tracking detail, etc. in the web from ERP system, customer satisfaction level raises a lot and it reduces operational hassle for the business.
  7. Better Control of your Business: Integration of e-commerce and ERP business processes provides the business owners with a better control of their business and there by getting competitive advantage.

Ready to learn more?  Watch a short 3 minute overview video of XM Oxygen for Sage ERP Accpac. XM Oxygen is your ready-to-go web store integrating exclusively with Sage ERP Accpac. Your web store will automatically apply your volume discounts as clients add more items to the basket. Any products that are marked ‘on special’ in Sage Accpac will update on the website within the minute and will end the sale on the date set in Accpac, allowing you to manage your pricing and sale items from one location, reducing mistakes and removing double or even triple entry.

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