For many companies seeking an online presence, WooCommerce Integration is an excellent option to embed online capabilities to your existing corporate website and get to market quickly. The use of templates and customisations enables every store to present its own user experience and branding. Underpinning this is an ecosystem of features and plug-ins to reduce the cost of setting up the store to quickly monetise the online presence.
Every store is a journey of continuous development. Once the store is live and volumes begin to grow, there comes a point where success in a competitive market is dependent on many other factors. These include marketing a variety of available product lines, stock management and returns controls, pricing, logistics, responding to market trends and speed of service are among a few.
As volumes grow, small errors can have larger consequences on businesses’ profitability and brand. Hence, operational controls, efficiency, performance management, reporting, and agility are prerequisites in setting the foundations for profitable growth.
Operating with spreadsheets to manage stock ordering and returns will no longer be effective. Your primary focus should turn to making the online channel more scalable, profitable, and efficient. It is at this point that WooCommerce Integration to a functional ERP can be quickly and cost-effectively implemented for more efficient internal processes.
In this blog, we discuss why an ERP such as Odoo or Zoho connected to your WooCommerce store makes sound business sense.