Tejas Software has deep roots in the eCommerce ecosphere and has helped scores of companies develop their online business plans, provided strategic implementation and execution, and on-going support. Our specialty is supporting the technology that drives your online business.
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Tejas Software can set up and maintain Demandware so that your shoppers can buy anywhere and you can fulfill from everywhere. Online, mobile or store-based orders can ship from a store, distribution center, or be drop shipped, based on location, logistics or available inventory.
Typically a retailer deals with two types of Purchase Order. Regular Purchase Order or a Drop Ship Purchase Order. Regular Purchase Order is usually for a large quantity and is shipped or picked up by the retailer. Drop Ship Purchase Order is for individual customer Orders with the retailer and the Order is directly shipped to the customer of the retailer.
Salesforce is a powerful suite of CRM products that are tightly integrated to help your sales and marketing teams function more closely (and more profitably!). Tejas Software can implement Salesforce for your business and can integrate it with your other systems so you can take full advantage of its power to enable your commerce, everywhere.
We understand the retail landscape and that modern commerce happens everywhere. At home and at work on PCs and laptops, and on the go on smartphones and tablets. Wherever your shopper is, that’s where your storefront needs to be.
Industrial manufacturers have often found making the transition to eCommerce extremely challenging. Products are often incredibly detailed, complex and specialized. Let’s face it. It is easier to sell a cool new running shoe than industrial helical gears.
Consumer brands have always had to balance direct to consumer (D2C) eCommerce sales with their retailer partnerships. On the one hand, retailers have a built in audience for their products. On the other hand, retailers are offering brands that compete for your customers.