Squarespace offers premier, do-it-yourself websites and awesome online stores. But without the right Squarespace CRM plugged in, you really are driving blind. ReadyCloud helps you see past the clutter, and gives you clear insight into your customer’s habits, tendencies and buying patterns, so you can expand the relationship and improve long term retention and ROI.
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ReadyCloud Squarespace CRM software is unlike anything that you have ever seen. With direct integration, you’ll be in full control of the customer relationship from order to shipment and delivery. The growing list of integrations expands ReadyCloud’s versatility, and enables you to add functionality of everything from accounting to order management, shipping, returns and so much more!
You’ve asked for more functionality and we are hard at work creating it for you. Our team is constantly adding new apps and more power to our CRM software for Squarespace. Check out the App Store to see what’s new.
With ReadyCloud Squarespace CRM software, you can immediately know what your customers are doing. With the ability to instantly import all of your data, ReadyCloud creates detailed customer profiles and links them to their orders, shipments and returns data in real-time.
The Squarespace CRM app helps you improve efficiency with the calendar feature. Set convenient reminders and to-dos, or create custom events that you can add customer contacts to, so you never get behind. This Apple-Inspired calendar features color-coded day/week/month views.
Use the powerful tools like notes to enhance your customer service, by adding detailed notes and information to each customer profile. Create custom events that link to specific customer profiles, and use the color-coding, so you never lose track of something that’s on the agenda again.
With ReadyCloud CRM for Squarespace, you will always be in the know and one step ahead of your competitor. The robust analytics, feature-rich reports and detailed charts give you an inside look at your shopper’s tendencies, so you can create a strong game plan for success moving forwards.
There’s been a notable change in attitudes … In years past, retailers weren’t all that receptive to it, they were thinking that by
not offering, people will not return their purchases,” a spokesperson from ReadyReturns comments. “They’re starting
to realize that you’re still going to return, and you’re not going to buy from that retailer again.
Newer, integrated software solutions like ReadyReturns put retailers in a position to offer their customers
an automated online product returns system. This software integrates directly into the online
store and provides a user-friendly return portal for customers and for retailers.
With so many different shopping carts and marketplaces, not to mention social channels, the Darwinism of ecommerce
is most certainly omni-channel. As a result, users will need to derive real-time analytics from all their sales
channels. Newer solutions like ReadyCloud, a cross-channel ecommerce CRM connect these dots,
and give retailers a true look at all their channels from one centralized dashboard.
It’s all about turning your potential customers into customers,” explains a spokesperson from ReadyCloud, an
ecommerce CRM tool aimed at improving relationships with your customers. “With Black Friday 2016 breaking
previous records, it’s obvious that the e-commerce industry is growing at a rapid pace. However,
not all businesses are doing such good numbers as some report poor conversion rates.
Thanks to the next batches of technology, like ReadyCloud ecommerce CRM, retailers have more tools than ever before
to help them drive sales and win over long term customers. Doing so also requires that e-tailers are in-tune
with their customers and the journey along the way. Smart retailers are always forward-looking.
ReadyReturns helps forecast who is returning what and when to expect it. It helps gather analytics of the return so
that the e-retailer can learn more about why items are being returned; something that can enable
them to make subtle changes to reduce the rate of returns.