Whether you’re a furniture dealer trying to stay competitive in the age of Amazon, or a vendor looking to ensure your dealers sell as much of your catalog as possible, Amber Engine has the solutions you’ve been seeking.
- Are you struggling to hit your sales targets?
- Are you bogged down by expensive and time consuming processes?
We created Assist because we believe that an improved process for managing catalog data will enrich the in-store selling experience as well as make selling online as easy as selling face to face. Our software empowers you to manage the large amount of catalog data you deal with on a daily basis and use to fuel sales and marketing efforts.
Telling a great story about the products you sell shouldn’t be any different than sharing a thrilling tale with friends. You want your shoppers enthralled and you need complete, accurate and compelling catalog information to do it.
What is catalog data, and why is it important? Simply put, catalog data is a collection of elements (descriptions, dimensions, photos, shipping information, SKUs etc… ) that describe or are connected to a collection of furniture…
All human beings resist change. It’s normal, and healthy. We didn’t make it this far on Planet Earth by trying every new thing we encounter. But on occasion, an invention, an idea, or a person comes along and forever changes life as we know it. Rocketing us forward, whether we’re ready or not.
One of the ways online retail giants like Amazon and Wayfair draw customers in is by offering an almost limitless selection - and if it works for them, it can work for you! The concept of the “endless aisle” is a fairly simple one. Utilizing suppliers and drop-shipping, retailers can offer a huge selection of items on their website and sell these items to their customers, without needing to warehouse the products themselves.
We’ve got some good news for you! In a 2018 survey of 6,000 consumers worldwide, consulting firm Accenture found that 82 percent of millennials prefer brick-and-mortar stores. Unlike handshakes, 9-to-5 jobs, relationships and avocado toast, Millennials are NOT ruining brick and mortar retail.