May 21, 2015 ChannelAdvisor and Bigcommerce to co-host webinar about migrating webstore platforms, May 28
Research Triangle Park, NC – May 21, 2015 (Click to Tweet) – ChannelAdvisor Corporation (NYSE:ECOM), a leading provider of cloud-based e-commerce solutions that enable retailers and manufacturers to increase global sales, today announced that it has teamed up with Bigcommerce for a webinar, titled “What Happens When Your Webstore Platform Shuts Down?” During the webinar, taking place Thursday, May 28 at 1 p.m. EDT, ChannelAdvisor and Bigcommerce experts will discuss why having a ready-to-go webstore migration strategy is important, as well as share best practices for launching a new webstore.
“Amazon recently caused some buzz in the e-commerce world when it announced that it was discontinuing its Amazon Webstore platform,” said Mark Vandegrift, ChannelAdvisor director of business development. “Many sellers realized they didn’t have a migration plan, and they were left scrambling to find a new webstore offering. This webinar will cover how to prepare for these situations, so that retailers have a steady plan and strategy for when changes occur.”
During the webinar, Jessica Boquist, ChannelAdvisor business analyst, will be joined by John McLeod, Bigcommerce sales engineer, to cover best practices for changing webstore platforms. Specifically, webinar attendees will learn:
- Key pitfalls to avoid when migrating to a new webstore platform
- How ChannelAdvisor Webstores Amplifier cushions retailers from industry changes
- What solutions Bigcommerce offers online retailers
To register for the webinar, please visit bit.ly/WebstoreWebinar.
ChannelAdvisor Webstores Amplifier supports industry-leading webstore platforms like Bigcommerce and Shopify. Through a single inventory feed, ChannelAdvisor customers can synchronize their product data across their webstore and marketplace listings, amplifying their online reach, capabilities and results. By housing inventory in one platform, ChannelAdvisor updates changing quantities across every channel so retailers can take control of their inventory and avoid overselling.