Supporting eCommerce Clients in Your Practice

As most companies at least have some sort of eCommerce presence now, it is imperative that accountants and consultants be able to support their clients and understand all of the components of eCommerce including:

  • Hosting
  • Web Site Design
  • Shopping Carts
  • Accounting System Integration
  • Marketplaces
  • Payment Gateways
  • Merchant Processors
  • Sales Tax Implications
  • Shipping Providers/Software
  • Supply Chain/Logistics Providers
  • EDI

While you don’t need to be an expert in each of these subjects, we will try to give you a framework to put together the pieces for your client so that you can assist them or at least know where to turn to for assistance. Learn who the vendors are in each of the categories, find out what the best practices are and be able to put together requirements for an eCommerce project.

Join us on June 30 and come away with the tools you’ll need to support your customers more effectively.

This post was written by CPE Link Instructor Jim Savage for his upcoming Live Webcast on June 30, Supporting eCommerce Clients in your Practice


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