2) Shopify Apps: Orders and Deliveries
One of the other aspects that need to be considered is the shipping of products. When customers buy something in the physical stores, they pick it up themselves and there is usually no need for deliveries. However, customers ordering online expect a convenient delivery from your shop, and if you have too many orders, handling the deliveries might become messy.
You need to know each order needs to be ready by what date and deliver it to the customer. You can also make it possible for your customers to track their packages online, without having to contact you directly. This will also bring a sense of trust to your customers, and they might even come back to you in the future when they need a similar product.
Some of the apps that are available in the Shopify’s app store are developed to meet your delivery related needs. Click here to visit the app store.
The apps in this category also include invoice and receipt creators, so that you can easily provide customers with a document that includes their order details for consistency, further follow ups, or other purposes.
3) Shopify Apps: Finances
And last but not least, there is the matter of finances. You need to have a system for your transactions to know how much money you are spending and how much you are profiting from your shop. If your profit margins are not set correctly or if the costs of managing the business is more than what you are making by selling items, your business will be loss-making. Shopify apps in the finance category are especially helpful if you don’t have enough knowledge about financial management or you’re not that good in math. Since it can also be expensive to hire someone to do the job for you or manage your finances, you can just use one of these apps based on your needs and make sure that nothing goes wrong with your business.