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The OrderWise Blog

Welcome to the official OrderWise blog, the best place to gain access to the latest OrderWise news, development updates, case studies, answers to FAQs and topical advice on the best business processes.

Seven UK Online Marketplaces you need to discover

The UK online sellers scene is much bigger, much more dynamic, and full of specialised, generalist, and unexpected places to sell your goods. Learn more about these many and varied places UK SMEs can ply their wares, and discover how OrderWise can make every stage of it that much simpler.

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Seven reasons why your business should go BOPIS

The BOPIS model, where customers Buy Online and Pick-up In Store, is becoming more and more available to more and more small and medium sized enterprises. If this is an option you are considering, but are on the fence about, consider these seven advantages that the BOPIS model offers.

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How to prepare for Magento 1’s end of life

Magento 1 is reaching its end of life and we know it can be hard to know where to turn next. One thing’s for sure – it’s important to keep your ecommerce safe and secure, so now’s the time to upgrade your digital presence and future-proof your operations. Here’s what you need to know…

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The United Kingdom Global Tariff – Sector Impacts

With the new United Kingdom Global Tariff regime in place, the UK government hopes to make international trade a lot cheaper and easier than it was under the EU Common External Tariff. Learn more here about several of the specific sectors that will be seeing major changes.

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The June Tune-Up – OrderWise’s New Features

OrderWise has recently released its new monthly update, and in June 2020 the order of the season is a fine tune up rather than a massive overhaul. Learn more about the new adjustments being made to systems dealing with grace periods, transfers, invoicing history, and much more.

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The United Kingdom Global Tariff – Five Policy Changes

Following Brexit, trade policy and tariff arrangements will change. Rules and regulations that used to let European countries only have free trade access will now be much more widely applied. To get a clear sense of the general direction things are moving in, read the five points in this article.

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