Selling Online with shopVOX eCommerce Tools

Joanne Cipressi
Sep 5, 2018

Practically everything is moving online these days. Shopping online has increased dramatically over the past 5 fives and this trend seems to be increasing. Being aware of this, we are making sure that shopVOX users are able set up online stores so they don’t miss out on opportunities to increase their revenue. 

With shopVOX’s eCommerce Package, we offer three options to selling online:

  1. cPortal – Business to business dashboard. These are private stores that allow you to control pricing for specific customers. 
  2. Shopping Cart – Great for all customers that come to your website. 
  3. Webstores – Business to customers. Perfect for online fundraisers and team sports. 

This video explains a little more about their differences: 

 

Webstores – Intro from TechVOX Inc on Vimeo.

As a shopVOX user, you already have your products in your shopVOX account. This makes it super simple to set up your online stores. You can adjust these products for your stores if needed too. 

The best part is that after you sell items online, shopVOX still offers that amazing project management it did before. This is a win-win for custom shops. An online store, plus project, inventory, machine, and employee management all in one. 

You can choose one of these solutions or all of them. With shopVOX, you can sell online easily. If you are a shopVOX user, contact your support person and they can help you out. 

 

Not a shopVOX user?

Try shopVOX Express for yourself – for FREE: 

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Joanne Cipressi
5 / 9 / 2018
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