G’day Australia, I’m Chris Hogan, Founder And CEO of MeMedia. Let's Get Fact Up.
A few months back we did a comparison ecommerce suites. You might remember that Neto, the homegrown heroes, took the trophy as the hottest platform for online business.
Since then we’ve used Neto for a number of our own clients, and even some projects of our own. The feedback we’ve had about the system has been great, and gotta say that we just love being able to work with locals!
So we thought it was about time we did an update on Neto and shared what’s new and improved, and what’s on the horizon.
Firstly, Neto has added a comprehensive Point of Sale system to the suite, that completely integrates with the eCommerce features. This means you can now process physical sales from the same platform that manages your online business.
It’s really easy to setup and works with a variety of hardware, from mac/pc/tablet to cash registers, barcode scanners, payment terminals and more. The POS system lets you navigate your product range and quickly add items, process refunds and returns and even discounts right from your store. Receipts and order history are all backed up online, and your clients can even log in and see their purchases from your website.
What’s great about this, is that Neto is now a complete sales solution - allowing you to run sales through your ecommerce site, mobile, eBay, and social media, and now even your bricks and mortar store.
This point of sale system is available standalone from just $9 a month AU. Speaking of pricing, Neto have updated all of their pricing packages to now have no transaction fees - meaning you now only pay your standard monthly subscription, without worrying about scaling costs.
Neto now also integrates with a tonne of different accounting, shipping and payment systems. MYOB, Sendle Shipping, Stripe payments, Braintree and eWay Payment gateway and much more are now all able to be plugged-in to Neto. There’s also a bunch more already available in the add-on store.
The backend UI has been overhauled since our last Video about neto, including a new look for the control panel. There is also now over 50 free and premium themes available.
We could keep talking about all the cool new stuff at Neto all day, but we thought it might be better to go and visit them in person. So next week we’re heading up to the Neto office to do our first off-site Get Fact Up episode. We’ll have a chat about what’s on the horizon for the eCommerce platform and hopefully get a demo of some of the cool new features - so stay tuned!
Thanks for listening Australia. We’ll see you next week.