An Important Update from Quivers

In-Store Pickup Coming Soon!

The world of shopping is continuing to evolve with consumer expectations moving towards the merging of web with brick-and-mortar.

Consumers ability to select in-store pickup at checkout.

Business ability to flag products that must be picked up in store.

Providing business visibility into authorized dealers exposure to an order. 

Our solution? The Quivers NEW In-Store Pickup feature.

The shopping experience notifies the consumer if an item must be picked up in store, or if the product is eligible for in-store pickup. 

The order dashboard will display which authorized fulfillment connections currently have the ability to claim an order. Additionally, the location of those fulfillment connections to the consumer’s shipping address will display on a Google map.

When the feature is released, you will receive an email including step-by-step instructions for this NEW feature. This feature is coming out soon, so start thinking about which products you want eligible for in-store pickup!

If you have any questions, please contact Support or access our Knowledge Base.

Thank you,

The Quivers Team

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