With 100% visibility into every stage of your inventory’s lifecycle and meaningful customer data always at your fingertips, SalesPad helps you recognize opportunities for greater profitability. See across one or multiple locations, and fulfill every order with confidence.
“What SalesPad has allowed us to do with the workflows and all the different modules has been really incredible … It’s quick. It’s there at my fingertips, and I couldn’t imagine doing business without it.”
From the beginning, SalesPad has been driven by the understanding that inventory is the lifeblood of a business. Built from a partnership between a small business owner and a developer, SalesPad knows ERP. It’s why we exist, and why more than 15,000 people trust SalesPad to sell, process, and ship orders on time, and at the right price.
It’s a unique time in history for businesses. Drones, artificial intelligence (AI), the internet of things (IoT) — the future holds all kinds of exciting (and disruptive) technology in store. Whether your business is manufacturing, distribution, or retail, these emerging technologies have major ramifications for you. Everything from business processes to customer service is changing in this new modern market.
Running a successful business is no fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants endeavor, and while you may have gotten along fine so far, both data and best business practices agree — you need to track and manage your business.
What does “track” mean? In a business context, it means to record with accuracy and analyze thoroughly. Why track? Simply put, to stop surviving and start thriving. "Managing" implies taking it to the next level — not only seeing an accurate picture of your business, but taking the necessary action to implement better practices and processes.
For those who sell on an ecommerce platform, inventory is the main hurdle to tackle for success. With online shopping showing no signs of slowing down (Cyber Monday brought in a record-breaking $6.59 billion in sales this year), there are certain inventory practices that should be mastered for a thriving ecommerce store.