Data Age Business Systems, the developers of PawnMaster pawn management software, are proud to announce that their client base has reached an eCommerce milestone. Using the integrated eCommerce tool e4o, PawnMaster users have listed close to one million items online, with the sales total of items topping out at more than twenty million dollars in revenue. “This is a very exciting time for us,” says Len Summa, CEO of Data Age Business Systems. “We have been analyzing and investing in eCommerce for a long time. We knew the kind of power selling online could bring our customers, and that’s why we integrated it into our industry-leading product. Now our clients can reach customers not just locally, but globally as well. With pawn shop retail sales totaling more than 50% of all income in 2017, listing items online is becoming less of a luxury and more of a necessity.”
E-foro, our multi-platform e-commerce tool is gaining a lot of momentum in the PawnMaster network. This easy-to-use product in concert with our newest Storefront product is providing huge returns and light speed ROI for the PawnMaster community. With no revenue-sharing fees, our customers are seeing all of the proceeds of their efforts stay in their bottom line and in their business… Not ours! Last week alone we onboarded 16 brand new e-foro customers and we fully expect the product to grow rapidly.
Over the years Data Age/PawnMaster has grown our business because we have helped our customers grow theirs by listening to them. We don’t force you into operating your shops to fit our software. Our software is highly configurable to meet your specific needs and can be customized as well.
The term Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is a big part of the software industry. Whether the pricing model is Software as a Service (SaaS) or annual maintenance-based, many operators don’t put nearly enough effort to understanding what they’re really paying for their software. The model employed at Data Age/PawnMaster has been one that just focuses on offering the absolute best products and services at a reasonable price. We work to understand your business and offer the products that make sense for your business and the pricing you’re comfortable with. Your TCO will always be known up front and won’t fluctuate based on how much you earn or sell, whether you're on our monthly or annual payment plan.
Why should you sell on Amazon? Two words. Customer. Obsession. This Amazon’s top leadership principle and it’s why people buy from them. Customer obsession, or the idea of starting with the customer and working backwards, makes consumers comfortable with buying something online from a vendor they may not be familiar with. Don’t get me wrong, it isn’t the ONLY reason to sell on Amazon. There are plenty of other benefits…
Data Age Business Systems, the developers of PawnMaster, the industry-leading pawn shop software, announced its latest eCommerce integration, Storefront. Storefront enables brick and mortar pawn shop owners to create an eCommerce page and sell inventory from their own website while integrating directly with PawnMaster pawn software to make inventory management and sales reporting seamless. Storefront’s innovative technology makes it easy to create an omnichannel experience for shoppers.
Craigslist gets about 30 million visitors each month looking for products that might be available in their very own backyard. If you own a brick and mortar shop, where customers come in to touch and feel the product, then this marketplace is a great way to drive foot traffic into your store. A free local classified advertisement website where you can post your products and target buyers in your local neighborhoods.