It is crucial that businesses have access to data on key performance indicators.
The problem is that it often takes an inordinate amount of time to log in to each and every solution that provide that information, which is why business dashboards have risen in popularity over the past few years.
Website Magazine has written somewhat extensively on dashboards and monitors their rise in usage, as well as the integrations they make available, over the past few years. One of those solutions is Dasheroo and the business dashboard has just added another important category for its users - payments and e-commerce applications.
The company integrates with over 24 popular applications including Google Analytics, Facebook/Instagram, Twitter and Salesforce to name a few, but this week announced that it now integrates with payment providers and tracking solutions including PayPal, Stripe, Shopify and Google Analytics Ecommerce - solutions that enable business to accept and/or track e-commerce payments from their customers.
“There is an incredible number of businesses that use these applications not only to easily take payments from their customers but to track revenue, sales orders, refunds and all of the analytics that go with being a successful ecommerce business,” said John Hingley, co-founder and CEO of Dasheroo.
“At Dasheroo we aim to help businesses grow by delivering them the data they need from their sales channels while saving them time from logging into dozens of applications to try to make sense of it all, especially with the holidays fast approaching.”