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6 Must-Have PIM Features for E-Commerce Catalogs

Companies wishing to stay at the top of the game all leverage PIM software to help centralize, organize and analyze information about their products

Common Problems with Scaling Software Technologies in SMBs

Information and advice for non-technical SMB managers or owners who make decisions on business software as they work on making their company scale and grow.

Gaining Business Insights from Won and Lost Sales

Strategic data analytics give you an enormous market advantage. Here are some factors to consider when thinking of analyzing your sales data.

Overview of On-Site Search Technologies from 1990’s to Now

A review of how on-site search began and how the technologies evolved can help e-commerce companies make the best decisions regarding their platforms

Price management system features

Steersman provides a built-in price management engine to help consolidate catalog information and extract pricing strategy performance business insights.

What Marketers and Users Want from E-Commerce On-Site Search

To maximize site search benefits, you must understand what users want in search and auto-complete, what you can add, and find a system that offers both.

What Website Search Automation Can do for Your Business

Understanding how website search auto-complete can improve your users' experience leads directly to higher conversion rates & lower customer service costs.

How Great PIM Systems Improve Online Catalog Management

A good catalog management system should offer control, usability, efficiency, and help boost sales. Here are some things that good PIM systems should have.

Common Problems with Price Management Software

When selecting software to manage your company's sale prices, make sure to understand the system's scheduling, UI, analytics, and flexibility factors.

Pricing Strategies and Caveats for Online and Offline Sales

When considering pricing structures for your business, one option does not fit all. Pricing is a complex subject and pricing methods can be subjective.