ReadyCloud has teamed up with Liquid Web to offer a sweet end of summer deal: Save 50% off Liquid Web’s reliable hosting and also save 50% off the ReadyCloud Suite for the first 90 days when you bundle both services during this limited-time promotion.
ReadyCloud is a CRM, Shipping, Returns and Email Marketing suite built for Ecommerce. It’s an essential tool for any online retailer that’s considering a switch to WooCommerce or Magento 2.
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ReadyCloud easily connects to the e-retailer’s existing storefront to sync and preserve their order, customer and shipment histories without added fees or third-party consultants. This FREE Liquid Web/ReadyCloud webinar demonstrates how easy it is to take the complexities out of changing ecommerce platforms using ReadyCloud as your data retention tool and Liquid Web as your hosting service.
“For retailers looking to make the switch to WooCommerce from a different platform, ReadyCloud makes it easy to take their order history with them,” explained Michael Lazar, an Executive at ReadyCloud Suite. “Simply connect ReadyCloud to your existing online store and sync your data. When you activate your WooCommerce store using Liquid Web as your host, all new order activity will automatically sync to ReadyCloud, picking up where the old store left off. It’s an unbelievable CRM built for ecommerce. Register for the webinar and find out for yourself!”
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ReadyCloud is loaded with easy-to-use features that give e-tailers a way to build better relationships with their customers, manage shipping and returns and connect the back-office team. It integrates with the most popular online stores and marketplaces, creating a rich experience for e-retailers selling across multiple channels.
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