PRIAM news

August 2014

eCommerce Expo 2014 1st / 2nd October 2014

Join Sanderson at Stand 609, West Hall, Olympia London

eCommerce Expo is the UK's biggest exhibition and conference dedicated to online selling strategy and implementation. With 6,495 industry professionals attending in 2013, eCommerce Expo is the biggest marketplace for those searching for solutions to their eCommerce needs.

Visit Sanderson on Stand 609 to find out how our omni-channel retail solutions integrate ecommerce, mcommerce, marketplace, retail and mail order sales with back office fulfilment operations, giving you complete visibility of your customers and business. Discover how multi-channel retailers such as Beaverbrooks the Jewellers have halved delivery timescales, doubled revenue, reduced labour costs and greatly improved business efficiency using our solutions.

Whether you're looking to manage all your sales channels in a single system, or achieve smarter stock control, faster delivery timescales or fulfil orders from multiple stock locations, Sanderson solutions help you to deliver a seamless omni-channel shopping experience.

"Our ecommerce sales increased 100% to over £20m within two years of working with Sanderson."
Topgrade Sportswear/

"The system provides a comprehensive platform for our operations and one that is flexible enough to accommodate future requirements."
Aspinal of London

"Elucid has brought together our multiple sales channels and collective systems, providing us with a central hub that allows us to operate a true multi-channel sales organisation."
Leading High Street Retailer

Visit Sanderson at STAND 609 to discover how our Elucid and Priam omni-channel retail solutions can support your business growth.

For more information please contact:
Sarah Taylor
Tel: 0333 123 1400

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