E-commerce is a fast and competitive industry. To keep up with your growing demands, you have to be able to track orders, guarantee fulfillment, monitor inventory, maintain customer loyalty, and monitor the cash flow of your business. Pulse Commerce is a platform that can help you improve your e-commerce bookkeeping and e-commerce tax planning, and here’s how.
Improving Customer Experience with Its Point-of-Sale System
Most in-store purchases start online. Customers will interact with your e-commerce store and then, if possible, follow through at your brick-and-mortar store. Pulse Commerce improves the interaction between your sales associates by giving them access to your customer’s online footprint at point-of-sale.
Pulse Commerce can identify price disparities between your products at your e-commerce store and physical store. If the system determines that such variation exists it will give your sales associates the tools to address the issue. This would result in higher customer satisfaction as they will appreciate the consistency. Some of the features that make this possible include:
Unified product catalogs
The ability to buy online and pick up in the store
Faster time to market by managing all channels, including call centers, online stores, and marketplaces from one portal
Make your business mobile by allowing you to bring your POS kit with you wherever you are
Our knowledgeable team of e-commerce financial advisers who can help you evaluate your customer interactions and how it affects your bottom line. We can also offer financial solutions to help your business succeed.
Using Pulse Commerce to Monitor Orders and Inventory
Pulse Commerce helps you provide your customers with consistent, accurate, and fast turnaround. Its automated B2B and B2C order processing are coupled with features such as secure payments, fraud detection, and more. It can also give you a real-time view of the inventory through all of your sales channels.
Intelligent order routing automatically directs your client orders to the best fulfillment center. Its goal is to avoid stock-outs and maximize shipments from the right locations based on proximity to delivery location and inventory levels.
Other features related to orders and inventory offered by Pulse Commerce include:
Efficient return/exchange processing
Recurring subscriptions and continuity orders
B2B support for order approvals and spend management
Our team of experienced e-commerce CPAs is able to streamline your e-commerce accounting tasks. We can help you better understand the movement of your inventory to help you determine restocking points, vendor quality, and more.
Integrate Pulse Commerce With QuickBooks Online
QuickBooks provides dozens of features to help you organize your financial records. By integrating it with Pulse Commerce, your QuickBooks account can quickly record every transaction you make. This feature will eliminate the need for you to record every single transaction you have in multiple platforms.
Integrating Pulse Commerce with QuickBooks will require you to download an add-on from Pulse Commerce. If you are unsure about how to do this, our team of e-commerce accountants can help you out. Our e-commerce financial advisers are always available to help you with your accounting needs. If you want to learn more about our e-commerce accounting services, please click the button below to schedule a complimentary discovery call.
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