Graham Jones

Retailers can connect their tills to e-commerce software

Thousands of bricks and mortar retailers can look forward to selling on the virtual high street this week, as ecommerce giants ekmPowershop.com join forces with EPOS specialist, e-trackit. It’s the UK’s largest ecommerce to EPOS partnership, connecting ekmPowershop.com’s enormous base of online shops to e-trackit’s retail management solution.

Meaning? Any retailer with a physical shop can have their till system ‘talk’ to their online shop. When it comes to syncing orders and matching stock levels between the two vital channels – a magic button now takes care of it all.

The long awaited integration is a coming together of two major forces in ecommerce and EPOS (Electronic Point of Sale), allowing any physical shop owner to take advantage of the booming online shopping scene.

Nick Stansfield at ekmPowershop.com comments, “If you’re a bricks and mortar retailer, this latest integration with e-trackit means your till can work alongside your online shop. All orders and stock levels are linked between the two channels, which makes uploading/downloading fiddly files and manual intervention a thing of the past. We have a lot of customers who spend hundreds of man hours each week managing their orders through various channels. Now there’s a solution that does all the hard work and lets businesses get on with the important stuff.”

This latest integration boosts ekmPowershop.com’s already impressive array of ecommerce features with yet another back office link up – adding EPOS to the recent accountancy, fulfilment and multichannel integrations.

Till systems, magic buttons, and websites that make money! ekmPowershop.com really does pack a punch for retailers looking to tackle the high street dip, hassle free. No wonder they power 1 in every 5 online shops in the UK…

To celebrate the UK’s biggest ever ‘bricks n clicks’ partnership, and for a limited time only – e-trackit are offering free integration with any ekmPowershop.com online store (saving £750). See here for more details.

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