Click & Collect more online sales
Drive business the easy way
Life is a busy affair for most people. Although it would be lovely for them to visit your store regularly, they often haven’t got the time, so you need to make it easy for customers to shop with you in other ways.
Having a click and collect facility on your website gives people the choice of picking up items from your store at a time that suits them. Click and collect also means customers don’t have to sit around wasting more time they haven’t got waiting for their purchases to be delivered.
Put simply, without a click and collect service you run the risk of shoppers bouncing off your website because they don’t have the option of picking up what they’re looking for.
Cloud POS Click & Collect is convenient, simple and quick. It’s built into our Ecommerce platform so you get an integrated service that displays stock as soon as shoppers start browsing your website. As Cloud POS Click & Collect is linked directly to your live stock positions, it shows customers if the item they’re looking for is available straight away so you never disappoint.
If you’ve more than one store, Cloud POS Click & Collect not only shows the item’s availability, but also which location(s) it can be collected from. All customers need to do is enter their postcode, chose a location and opt to Click & Collect from there.
The flexibility of it makes it easy for customers to collect their purchases at a time that fits in around their life, giving that all-important convenience that customers love. From your perspective, it’s an easy way to snap up more online sales.
With online shopping being the norm and Click & Collect forecast to reach £10 billion in 2023, it pays to have tools on your website that make it easy for customers to buy from you. To find out more about Click & Collect, get in touch for a demonstration.
I love the fact that I can say to a customer, “If the website says it’s in stock, it really is.” The confidence-inspiring nature of it is brilliant.Richard Bowker – Director, Criterium Cycles