For businesses that do not currently have a web storefront:
- Inspire Technologies works with clients to select a storefront solution that is the best fit for their requirements and budget.
- We help the client define product categories in the best manner for results.
- We load products and identify product keywords to maximize results.
- We load products to other sites to increase traffic and sales.
- We assist the customer with generating additional traffic to their website using industry techniques.
- We provide information on the leading competitive storefronts for their industry.
Americans spent more than $115 billion online in 2008, representing roughly 10 percent of the total domestic market. Online shopping is forecast to reach $329 billion in 2010, increasing to 13 percent of all retail sales and encompassing almost half of all households.
We can help you obtain a portion of this revenue!
Inspire Technologies will:
- Evaluate whether your current storefront solution is giving you the ultimate ROI.
- Is your storefront solution right for the type of products you are selling?
- Do you need more than one storefront?
- Evaluate additional methods used to promote your products.
- There are many options to consider; determine which is the best fit for your business model.
- Evaluate completeness of product descriptions in relation to product promotion.
- Analyze your web site traffic.
- Are you getting maximum traffic to your site?
- What is the conversion ratio from visitors to customers? We can provide solutions to increase this.
- Evaluate order fulfillment and inventory management efficiency.
- As order volumes increase, an order management system moves from a nice-to-have option to a requirement to handle the order volume.
- We help clients select an order management system and inventory management system that will provide the best results for the client's business.
- Provide input and lessons learned on how to manage seasonal peaks.
- Provide solutions to greatly reduce your risk of credit card fraud.
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011