Synaxon revamps e-commerce webstore

Posted on Oct 4 2017 - 4:30pm by Editorial Content
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Synaxon UK is launching a revamped version of its ecommerce webstore, EGIS Ecom, and offering free one-month trials to members.

Derek Jones

Derek Jones

The new webstore provides direct links into Synaxon’s EGIS channel stock, pricing and procurement system and can be set up in hours with no technical knowledge required. Members can choose which distributors they take data feeds from and apply their own logo and tailored mark-ups.

With a direct connection between EGIS Ecom (formerly Click2IT) and EGIS, orders placed on the webstore will now automatically be fed into the procurement platform, streamlining the ordering process and saving time.

Members can still use EGIS to search for the best price and select which distributor to order from, while benefiting from their own terms and conditions and those negotiated for them by Synaxon

A useful new ‘best sellers’ feature automatically shows the most popular alternative products to the one being searched for. This information is provided automatically every time a reseller searches. It draws data from all 32 distributor feeds to give EGIS users the most up-to-the-minute stock, availability and pricing information. EGIS can also now provide an estimated delivery time from distributors.

Synaxon members are also being invited to take up the offer of a free trial of Autotask Endpoint Backup (AEB), a cloud-based, real-time backup and restore solution, for themselves and their customers. For a limited period, the solution is being offered at the special price of £7.80 per month, per endpoint, with unlimited storage.

Derek Jones, Managing Director of Synaxon UK, said: “AEB is the perfect service for both end-users and the reseller. It takes care of backups without you having to worry. We can provision it in minutes on our portal and it’s a very easy sell and a good cash-generator for the reseller. With the free trial and the special low price, our offer on AEB is something you can’t afford to ignore.”

www.synaxon.co.uk