The e-retailer puts out a fulfillment call that could, by one estimate, increase its warehouse workforce by 10%.
The OrderStorm Video Tutorial Series contains 7 how-to videos to help new users install and configure their product catalogs for display in WordPress.
Denver, CO - OrderStorm eCommerce has released a complete set of video tutorials covering a full range of topics from installation of the OrderStorm eCommerce plugin in the WordPress dashboard to payment option configuration. These seven how-to Videos are available on both the OrderStorm Videos page and YouTube.
“In response to customer demand, OrderStorm has made it VERY easy to set up and configure a feature-rich ecommerce website using WordPress,” said Jodie Barr, President of OrderStorm. “Customers wanted more visual instructions than the online User Manual alone provides.”
Ecommerce and WordPress are both growing worldwide. The OrderStorm eCommerce solution for WordPress lowers the installation, setup and maintenance costs of running a feature rich ecommerce site. The plugin can be used for retail websites, customers that are drop shipping from a variety of vendors, service providers, events and seminars plus digital download files for music and software. Customers can choose to accept a variety of payment options including credit cards, PayPal, Google checkout, checks, and wire transfers.
The videos tutorial series covers the following topics in detail:
- Installation and basic setup in WordPress
- Storefront settings and configuring payment options
- Adding categories and products
- Using feature sets to add variations to products
- Set up for drop-shipping automation
- Flexible shipping methods
- Configuring PayPal Express checkout
Watch for more videos on Order Management and other topics in the coming weeks.
The WordPress content management system (CMS) is the first popular standardized framework for building small and medium sized business websites. Today WordPress powers roughly 30 million websites - almost 20% of all websites worldwide. In addition, WordPress holds a 55% share of the total market for CMS software.
OrderStorm is a high-tech startup in Littleton, Colorado, founded in 2009. OrderStorm’s female founder, Jodie Barr, is a nationally known e-commerce expert. OrderStorm brings a feature-rich, PCI compliant, SaaS shopping cart to the millions of small and medium sized business websites running on WordPress. OrderStorm WordPress eCommerce is the platform of choice for WordPress users that need more functionality – customers with large numbers of SKUs, customers that have multiple CSRs working on orders, customers that need drop-shipping automation, and businesses models that require secure storage of credit card data. Visit the website at http://www.OrderStorm.com.