- Discount Management : Lets you set discounts for different products, subscriptions, services, and more.
- Inventory Tracking : Tracks your product inventory and alerts you when they reach a specific stock level.
- Email Marketing : Send newsletters, email campaigns, and other automated messages to your customers.
- Product QR Codes : Attach QR codes to your products for awareness purposes to boost online sales.
- Daily Sales Reports : Offers in-depth insights into your product, sales, and staff performance.
- Product Reviews : Helps you to get feedback from your customers and make changes accordingly for better sales.
- Stephanie A.COO
Shopify offers a way to manage inventory by certain locations, which we take advantage of the most. While they still need to work on some kinks managing multiple locations, so far, it works for our current sales volume. We've run into one kind-of substantial problem where one of our locations is unable to purchase multiple shipping labels in one batch; they can only do so individually. Apparently, this is a normal behavior for 'custom fulfillment locations,' which unfortunately slows product at our second warehouse. Quite frankly I do not understand why it will let me buy them individually but not in one batch like it does so for other locations. Shopify makes customer service pretty streamlined. Automations are set up for shipment, delivery, or other notifications to be sent to our customers without us having to do so manually. Shopify is SO versatile
- Verified UserAdministrator
I actually stopped using Shopify after a few months with them. I have tried pretty much every ecommerce software over the last several years and had started up a new line to my business several months ago and wanted to try Shopify since I know a lot of people use it.
[I feel it is] SUPER user unfriendly. I have built MANY websites over the last 20 years not just for myself but for others and Shopify was one of the most difficult. I hate their sign in process just to log in to my store.