With EDI handled by a reliable provider, your attention can turn back to all those online orders. After all, just because a huge retailer like Nordstrom or Home Depot or Bed Bath & Beyond put your product on their shelves doesn’t mean your online sales are coming in more slowly. In fact, they’re probably increasing because of the new exposure.
Sure, there’s your own eCommerce store, powered by Shopify, Magento, WooCommerce, or another company you rely on for that part of your business. But you haven’t ignored online marketplaces, and maybe your product is selling quite nicely in your Amazon store or on Walmart Marketplace.
Retail is now an omnichannel world. But while an order can come from an online marketplace, an eCommerce store, or from a traditional retailer with EDI standards, you’ll save all kinds of time if you process all of them through the same software. Rather than pigeonhole a provider as an EDI specialist or an online order processor, look for a complete system that can handle all of it.