- Responsive ecommerce platform
Responsive ecommerce platform
Responsive web design does exactly what the name suggests, the website’s design responds to the size of the screen on which it is being viewed.
This means that, whatever device your customer uses to view your website, your site is automatically optimised to ensure the very best user experience.
- Secure payment gateways
Secure payment gateways
We have chosen to work with the best, most reliable Payment Service Providers (PSP) – such as SagePay and PayPal Pro – meaning Liquidshop clients can relax in the knowledge that their customers can buy with confidence.
Other payment gateways are available upon request, such as: Google Checkout, Amazon Payments and WorldPay.
- Sales analytics for your site
Sales analytics for your site
We integrate with various analytics software, including Google Analytics. These very useful tools sit in the background, behind your website, collecting information about your customers and your web sales.
How do users find you? Which pages do customers look at most? Which marketing activities are working and which are not? This knowledge can then be used to target your future marketing campaigns and special offers.
- Integrated email marketing
Integrated email marketing
It is extremely important to communicate with your customers, to tell them about special offers, new products, end of line products and many other things.
When newsletter software is integrated with your ecommerce website you can track customer journeys, from the link that they click in the newsletter right through to the purchase that they make on your site.
- Connect to marketplaces
Connect to marketplaces
If you sell your products via multiple marketplaces, such as eBay, Amazon and Rakuten (Play.com), it is important that stock levels are synchronised across all marketplaces and your ecommerce store – this will reduce the risk of selling the same item more than once.
Then, to save time, you can manage all of your products and orders from all marketplaces, directly within the back office of your ecommerce store.
- Synchronise with ERP & POS
Synchronise with ERP & POS
If you have multiple store locations – whether physical, online or a combination – you will need Point of Sale (POS) and/or Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software.
These enable you to manage stock and sales throughout warehouses, storerooms and shops – it is important that ERP and POS are able to communicate with your ecommerce website, whether this is simply to synchronise stock levels or to manage orders in one location.
- Real-time accounting integration
Real-time accounting integration
By integrating your accounting software – for example Sage – with your ecommerce platform, accounts and invoices are created automatically.
When a customer places their first order, a new account will be created and the invoice raised; then, when that customer returns and places any subsequent orders, their account will be recognised and the invoice created. This means no more re-keying of information into your accounting software, removing the risk of human error from this step of the process.