5 Features Your Software Checkout Solution Absolutely Must Have

5 Features Your Software Checkout Solution Absolutely Must HaveDid you know 96% of the country shops online? That means finding the right software checkout solution for your online shop or boutique can mean the difference between making income and going under. After all, by selling online, your influence spans farther.

With so many stores and individuals selling goods online, your point of sale portal needs to be rock solid. If you want to operate your own website instead of using premade selling platforms like Amazon, eBay, or Etsy, you’ll have to find a solution that integrates with your site. Here are the features your online sales portal must have to succeed in online business.

Sales Platform Must Be Easy to Use

Potential buyers have a very short attention span. If you make it difficult for them to find their cart when they’re ready to check out, they’ll probably leave your website and look elsewhere for a product that suits their needs. The easier it is to use your platform, the more likely you are to turn virtual window shoppers into customers.

The Final Step Should Accept Multiple Forms of Payment

There are so many payment options in the world today: credit cards, Venmo, PayPal, Apple Pay, and more. Accepting multiple forms of payment makes it easy for customers of all types to purchase your product. That directly translates to more money in your pocket.

Whatever You Use Better Work on Your Website

There are multiple online e-commerce platforms. However, not all of them work on all website builders. Make sure you look at options that are compatible with the platform your website uses. WordPress comes with several e-commerce plugins, and Squarespace has its point of sale solution.

Clear Expectations Must be Set Through the Entire Process

Customers want to know more than just details about the product you are selling. They also want to know how long shipment takes if you accept returns and if your product comes with any warranties. Make it easy for visitors to find this information. It could be one of the major selling points for them.

Software Checkout Needs to Integrate with Inventory Tracking

If your customers end up buying an item that you don’t have, you’ll most likely lose their business. You’ll also risk ruining your online reputation if that customer decides to write a review of your service. This isn’t just a nifty feature, and it’s an absolute necessity. When your software checkout platform integrates with inventory records, you’ll have a clear idea of what’s selling and what’s failing. You’ll also be able to see when you need to restock your products.

Asset Panda’s flexible configurability makes it easy for you to integrate your inventory records with your point of sale solution. The cloud-based platform communicates with sales records and helps you keep accurate inventory records of everything you have on hand.

You don’t need to spend a large amount of time checking on your records to make sure everything works correctly. Set up notifications to give you a heads up when anything doesn’t work right. You can also set flags to trigger an email when you reach sales milestones.

CPA Practice Advisor rated our platform 4.5 out of 5. Their review highlights the custom dashboard and intuitive interface. You can set this up to work seamlessly with your point of sale solution and communicate with other software programs you use to run your company.

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