Picture this: you’re an outdoor furniture company that’s just about ready to go into the busiest months of the year. The newest inventory has just arrived, and you’ve blocked off time (most likely a lot of it) to manually input hundreds of new products into your online store. Excel quickly becomes your best friend, as you scramble to find the right photos that match the SKUs and descriptions of your product. As the thermometer rises, so does your stress level, and while you’re busy trying to update the description of this season’s most popular outdoor furniture set, customers are seeing a blank description with the name: PROD#123_ABC. Enter the Logicbroker Platform.
What is CCPA?
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a bill that enhances the privacy rights and consumer protection for the residents of California. The CCPA is the precursor to “America’s GDPR.” Much like
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Online shopping popularity continues to soar, as the convenience it brings pairs well with the busy lives consumers lead today. With just a few clicks, shoppers can access a limitless catalog of products. Enter drop shipping. The practice of drop shipping, also known as direct to consumer (D2C), vendor direct, vendor to consumer, and vendor direct to consumer (V2DC), allows retailers to open up an endless aisle of virtual inventory and suppliers/brands can partner with more retail channels to increase product sales. Before jumping too far ahead, let’s cover drop ship 101 - you’ll have your degree in no time!
It’s no secret eCommerce sales continue to skyrocket each year. U.S. online retail sales will exceed $506 billion this year and by 2022, will surpass $712 billion, according to Forrester Research. With the conclusion of Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2018, Logicbroker wanted to share some interesting findings we saw during this peak shopping time.
The next step in the drop ship automation and supply chain data integration for Retailers
One of the trickiest things you may run into at work, is trying to find an email you know someone sent, but have no idea where you filed it. Many corporations use Microsoft Outlook which has one of the most robust set of features available for email. And while the desktop app allows you to create all the subfolders you could ever ask for, one thing that I have always found particularly difficult in outlook was using search functionality.