Ecommerce Implementation Services and Fulfillment Webinar

From facility acquisition to warehouse management systems, learn how to expedite your eCommerce implementation services and create a digital shopping experience for your customers in as little as 16 weeks with ECOMPLETE.

Developed exclusively by Hy-Tek and Johnson Stephens Consulting, ECOMPLETE supports businesses to quickly compete in an increased market of online sales.

This webinar will cover the modular approach of ECOMPLETE with a specific focus on facility acquisition and WMS components.

ECOMPLETE provides the click-to-ship essentials for businesses to quickly achieve a fully functional eCommerce fulfillment network.

You’ll learn how ECOMPLETE:

  • How to expedite your eCommerce fulfillment implementation
  • How to create a digital shopping experience for your customers
  • A brief overview of ECOMPLETE services
  • A deep dive into how the site acquisition module is conducted – featuring esrp
  • A deep dive into how the WMS module is conducted – featuring Bricz

Click the image to learn more about how to create your eCommerce fulfillment today!

Webinar eCommerce Fulfillment

About Hy-Tek Material Handling

Hy-Tek is the premier single-source provider of material handling solutions for a wide range of industries including manufacturing, distribution, retail, construction, food, electronics, and automotive.

Since 1963, Hy-Tek and its best-in-class industry partners—including manufacturers of industrial equipment; conveyor systems; automated storage and retrieval systems; rack, and shelving—have been providing customers large and small with turnkey solutions.

From customized one-of-a-kind handling and storage systems to pre-assembled buildings and off-the-shelf products—Hy-Tek’s experienced team of engineering, sales, operations, and project management professionals partner with customers to help enhance productivity, streamline processes, and boost profitability.

FAQ

E-commerce is a must have for businesses who want to expand their footprint beyond their physical location. However, the answer depends on what industry you’re in, the products you offer, your warehouse management system/software, and manufacturing. 

It can cost anywhere from $50 to $10,000 to start an ecommerce business. This depends on if you are looking for a drop-shipping e-commerce site or a robust in-house e-commerce warehouse. The bare essentials that make up this cost are: domain name, website hosting, inventory management, payment processing, warehousing.

TPV E-commerce stands for Total Payment Value and is the value of the portion of sales that run through a specific payment processor (examples: PayPal and Stripe).

JoEllen Scofield

Marketing at Hy-Tek Material Handling

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