3 Reasons to Offer a Company Store Program to Your Clients

Are you on the fence about offering a Company Store Program to your clients? We have three big reasons on why you should:

1) Ordering Efficiency – A Company Store takes orders for you!  Give your clients one centralized ordering location for efficiently ordering all of their promotional products, allowing you to support multiple corporate locations or divisions  Track order statuses and payment details, history, shipping confirmations and tracking numbers. You can easily report on the exact information your client needs with custom report builder. By keeping your business online, you will eliminate the need of having to carry around loads of paper catalogs, replace antiquated pen and paper order taking and keep all of your orders perfectly organized.

2) Brand Management – Your client has worked hard and invested in building their logo and maintaining their brand. Logo Management functionality gives your client the peace of mind they need to be sure the correct logo is used every time. No more returning orders due to inconsistent color or quality. Company Stores can help you support multi-brand corporations offering shoppers a choice of logos. And logo permissions can restrict which logo a particular user may see and use. Virtualization technology lets your clients see the final product.

3) Spending Control – Company Stores maintain control corporate spending, so you don’t have to. You can easily set up permissions to control who can and can’t shop in the store as well as which logos, categories, or products the users can access. Manager Order Approval System (MOAS) notifies managers for order approval before shoppers can finalize their checkout. Budget, Customized Payments (such as  Purchase Orders), Gift Certificates, Account Balances, and Coupons Codes offers your clients additional payment flexibility and spending control options within the system.  All of these options help them (and you!) manage the bottom line when it comes to ordering products.


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This post was written by Lucy Taylor