ChannelAdvisor has set the global standard for e-commerce optimization by providing best-in-class technology, strategic services and thought leadership to help retailers and branded manufacturers master the complexity of connecting with consumers online.
Scot Wingo and Aris Buinevicius—entrepreneurs who saw the need for a new retailer-focused e-commerce solution–founded ChannelAdvisor in 2001. They developed an eye-opening software solution that tamed the complexity of the emerging online retail space, giving retailers and brands the power to make their products visible across multiple channels to the widest range of potential customers.
The ChannelAdvisor platform:
- Seamlessly translates and distributes retailer data across the globe
- Offers robust reporting capabilities so sellers can track progress across channels and make real-time, performance-based decisions
- Is augmented by expert strategy and custom service packages to help demystify the process of selling online
Their suite of solutions, accessed through a standard web browser, provides their customers with a single, integrated user interface to manage their product listings, inventory availability, pricing optimization, search terms, data analytics and other critical functions across these channels. Their proprietary cloud-based technology platform delivers significant breadth, scalability and flexibility to their customers.
How can you stand out from the crowd?
In a webinar with Multichannel Merchant on Wednesday, September 16, 2015 ChannelAdvisor’s Marketplaces Product Manager Gina DeFrank and Marketplaces Services Team Lead John Bryan will take this subject to the next level and discuss the top five tactics that retailers must execute to amplify their presence on Amazon, including:
Implementing Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) to enhance your shipping strategy
Developing a sound pricing strategy to stay competitive
Selling internationally via Amazon’s international sites
Owning your branding with Brand Registry
We cannot promise that this webinar will be specifically for the fashion industry, but it would definitely have tips to help clothing stores and fashion designers.
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