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
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.
Is Ecommerce Worth it?
E-commerce is a must-have for businesses that 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.
How Much Does it Cost to Start an Ecommerce Business?
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, and warehousing.
What is TPV Ecommerce?
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).