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What's New at vinSUITE

Posted by vinSUITE on October 30, 2018 at 9:38 AM

Features and Updates to vinSUITE/eWinery and TabletPOS!

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Topics: Wine Technology, sales, Wine Club, DTC, business intelligence, eCommerce, POS, tablet POS, Technology

Holiday Success Webinar Series

Posted by vinSUITE on October 25, 2018 at 12:03 PM

Register for our Holiday Success Webinar Series!

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Topics: Wine Technology, sales, Wine Club, DTC, business intelligence, webinar, winery ecommerce, Holidays, tablet POS, cart abandonment, Tasting Room

How Tablet POS Improves Tasting Room Experience (And Sends Visitors Home With More Wine)

Posted by vinSUITE on June 13, 2017 at 10:23 AM
 
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Topics: DTC, sales, Advice, Tasting Room, Tablet, Customer Experience

Using Winery Software For In-Depth Reporting

Posted by vinSUITE on April 25, 2017 at 8:09 AM

Key Metrics Every Winery Needs To Track

Goals are hard to achieve if not being tracked.  The fastest way to inspire change in your winery ecommerce, direct to consumer, or wine club business is to rally the team around clear goals and measure them regularly along the way.  At vinSUITE, our motto is “Know more. Sell more.” which is why our winery software was built with powerful data collection and analysis tools.  Although the ways in which the information from our software solutions can be sliced and diced are endless, if you are looking for a simplified place to start your analysis, we have a few ideas.

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Topics: Advice, data

Sales Tax: Are you Collecting the Right Amount?

Posted by vinSUITE on April 5, 2017 at 7:50 AM

Tax Day is April 18th!

With tax season upon us, we thought it was an apt time to discuss the sales and excise taxes wineries must pay whether selling wine in their own county or across the country.  Although sales from the web, wine club, and tasting room are a huge source of revenue for many producers, the red tape that comes with them is abundant.  Not only do you have to keep track of which states allow direct to consumer wine shipments, but for which you have permits, if they have recipient quantity caps or dry counties, and finally, their tax rates. 

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Topics: Advice, DTC, Insider