(PRWEB UK) 2 June 2013
E-commerce expert ekmPowershop has teamed up with order management service Brightpearl to bring slick new integration to thousands of online retailers.
The new partnership will take all of the heavy lifting out of running an online shop by placing a wealth of tools at firms’ disposal, allowing them to streamline their workflow. Online retailers will now benefit from the wealth of experience in both firms to integrate their e-commerce with Amazon and eBay.
Customers will have more control over their inventory, giving real insight into products, and integrated accounting will give a real-time view of finances. Users of ekmPowershop will now be able to link their account to Brightpearl and thus will benefit from more accurate data and greater insight, allowing for better decision making.
Steven Hickey, Head of Business Development at ekmPowershop.com said: “This is an exciting new chapter for ekmPowershop as the brand grows and the service we are able to provide to all our customers gets better with it.
Brightpearl is a great way for online retailers to integrate and streamline complex retail processes. The partnership means we are also integrating with leading shipping services and our customers will have access to fast profit margin analysis on their ekmPowershop store.”
The new venture makes it easy to switch and add suppliers, so growing a business has never been so simple. For more information visit the ekmPowershop website.
With stunning templates, no contract and a quick, easy way to sell products over the internet, it’s easy to see why one in every five online stores in the UK is an ekmPowershop.
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About ekmPowershop: Founded in 2002 by then 22-year-old Antony Chesworth, ekmPowershop.com has grown to become the UK’s largest ecommerce provider, powering one in every five online shops.
Now available in six countries worldwide, ekmPowershop.com have helped over 35,000 businesses create their own easy to use online shop. Clients include O2, Michelin Tyres, The Mirror, Lotus Cars, Prudential and thousands of SMEs.