Sync your inventory. Update your Shopify store with the freshest product info.
Check regularly. Ensure your inventory in MYOB matches the listings in your Shopify store.
Keep an eye on sales and income
Now comes the fun part — watching those sales numbers climb. Here’s how to make the most of MYOB’s reporting features:
Dive into sales reports. Use MYOB’s reporting tools to get the inside scoop on your sales performance. It’s like having a front-row seat to see what’s working and what’s not.
Track profit and loss. Use MYOB’s built-in analytics tools to compare what you spent on making your products (the cost of goods sold — COGS) to your income. This helps you spot your biggest money-makers and eliminate unprofitable products.
Set realistic targets. Use data from MYOB to analyse past sales and set future goals — it’s a clear map to follow as you start your online journey.
Nurture customer relationships
Building strong customer connections is gold in the online world. Here’s how to keep them coming back for more:
Cluster your customers. MYOB lets you group your customers based on location, purchase type or business type to help you make better recommendations when they return.
Speak their language. Use customer data and groupings to send personalised, relevant marketing messages.
Listen to feedback. Pay attention to what your customers say. Their feedback helps you refine your products and services so your business can move forward.
Make transactions a breeze
Keeping an eye on costs and payments is crucial for business owners — MYOB and Amaka can help.