Chris Bray, Sellerdeck Products and Services Director, gives his report of the cutting edge technology and predictions from this years Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
The Army Store's HQ in Cardiff
Few would suspect that Cardiff's Victorian arcades were a hotbed of military activity. But that's just where 'Baileys - The Army Store' have their retail store, from which they have been serving outdoor enthusiasts for nearly 50 years.
For the last ten of those years, Baileys has been selling their range of army surplus and survival gear from their successful online catalogue, but last year David Bailey (owner of the Army Store) decided the time had come for a fresh new look.
The way it works is that Sellerdeck uploads all the default scripts as part of a file called sellerdeck.min.js.
However, if you make a manual change to any of the js files in Sellerdeck, the software will upload those modified files rather than the minified file. Fortunately, there is a (somewhat technical) way to do re-minify the files yourself.
Despite having only just seen one Christmas trading period come to a close, retailers and their carrier partners are already well-advanced in preparations for the next.
Among the principal lessons from the 2014 peak season, two stand out. Once again, e-commerce has had another massive impact with domestic online sales up just over 15 per cent on the year before.
Retailers also know that they need to embrace the concept of 'click and collect' if they want to keep their customers happy.
Filtering is one of the most powerful features in Sellerdeck, and consequently it is one of the most tricky to configure, and most difficult to get working reliably.
Here’s a guide to using filtering effectively, and getting the most out of this impressive feature.