The Deck Commerce Blog

Speeding Up Customer Order Management

by Deck Commerce Insights | June 22, 2017

Strategy & Best Practice
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Optimizing multi-channel sales environments

by Deck Commerce Insights | June 13, 2017

Strategy & Best Practice

It's no secret that retail brands need a robust online presence. However, despite knowing what's needed, many companies not only lack an omni-channel solution, they also don't understand how to go about implementing the necessary processes and platforms.

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4 tips for improving e-commerce inventory management

by Deck Commerce Insights | June 6, 2017

Strategy & Best Practice

Inefficient inventory management leads to sunk costs on dead stock and unnecessary storage expenses. Stocking too much product in your warehouse eats up a considerable amount of your budget due to excess costs associated with storage, transportation, obsolescence, taxes and insurance. It can also increase the chance of internal or external theft.

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Why business software solutions need to have a good user interface

by Deck Commerce Insights | May 26, 2017

Strategy & Best Practice

When employees start working on a new business software solution, it's imperative that the system be intuitive, easy to use and streamlined for the most efficient workflows. These features fall under the "user interface" umbrella. Not to be confused with "user experience," which covers the analytical and technical aspects of the software, according to Career Foundry, the UI represents how employees who use the system interact with, respond to and perceive the business software solution.

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A Letter from the CEO: 3 Take-Aways from Commerce Cloud XChange

by Chris Deck | May 19, 2017

Company News

As I was flying back from Las Vegas last night I had some time to reflect on yet another very successful and inspiring conference orchestrated by the Salesforce Commerce Cloud team. In case you don’t know, the Xchange conference is an annual event designed to bring together the community of customers, vendors, and industry experts all focused on delivering unified commerce through the Salesforce suite of cloud applications. The conference this year was at the Aria Resort & Casino (awesome venue, by the way) and here are my 3 key take-aways…

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Why Traditional Retailers are Moving to the World of e-Commerce

by Deck Commerce Insights | May 2, 2017

Strategy & Best Practice

The rise of the smartphone and the ubiquity of home computers have made a rough go of it for traditional brick-and-mortar shops as consumers shift their focus to online purchases. As a result, many retailers have jumped into the bustling world of e-commerce, and for good reason: Since 2000, online channels have provided three-quarters of retail sales growth, according to Strategy&. Furthermore, those merchants slow to pivot to the online marketplace - Borders, American Apparel and Aeropostale, to name a few - have either collapsed or filed for Chapter 11 to restructure their debt.

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Deck Commerce to Attend Salesforce XChange 2017

by Jackie Breen | April 26, 2017

Company News

The Salesforce XChange 2017 is right around the corner and we are excited to apart of this great event.

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E-commerce opportunities to surge in coming years

by Deck Commerce Insights | April 21, 2017

Strategy & Best Practice

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3 ways a modern OMS can help support a global strategy

by Deck Commerce Insights | April 10, 2017

Strategy & Best Practice

Technology brings us closer together, despite time or distance. These days, the silos that once created struggles for businesses looking to support a global strategy have all but disappeared - so long as the right solutions are in place.

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What you Need from your Omni-Channel Solution Suite

by Deck Commerce Insights | April 5, 2017

Strategy & Best Practice

The importance of providing a seamless omni-channel experience to customers is no secret. In fact, PricewaterhouseCoopers discovered that within the next three years, the only aspect that will grow faster than demand for omni-channel is retailers' ability to support a near-flawless execution of this strategy.

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