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Evopos web store module now available

Barclays Business Systems unveils 'Web Store' tool
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Barclays Business Systems has announced that its Evopos dealer management software has now become web-savvy with the introduction of a 'Web Store' tool.

The firm is now offering a fully-automated online retail store, which recognises stock trade-ins and updates, automatically uploading the information to the web, from the in-house dealer system, Evopos.

Managing director Dennis Bullen told BikeBiz: “It is a full web-store, you can have everything you sell in the shop on it and more. This is possible because of the unique way we can find items in Evopos without knowing the part numbers. For example, web-store browsers could select clothing, then gloves, then select the range of gloves and then select the size they want, or they could just enter the glove name if they knew what they wanted. Once finished they can pay using payment methods such as PayPal. Their contact details are remembered so next time they buy it’s easier.”

When a customer orders, their details are automatically stored giving the retailer access to their purchase history and contact details on demand. The admin system works with time-saving in mind with simple box ticking controls dictating whether an item is displayed online and whether it is to go in the 'specials' section, should your web store run deals.

Running costs are sub £20 per month with hosting as standard. If you're not already a Evopos DMS customer a subscription to the main dealer management system is necessary, which offers full back-up support, program updates and the top-of the range management system.

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