|A Website Platform for Jewelers|
to Make Your Mark.
Similar features to many other popular disconnected systems in
one easy to use, flexible software system.
GlitterPaw is provided as a software-as-a-subscription (SaaS) service at a basic price of $250/month. There are 4 additional bundles of additional features that can be added to your monthly subscription as needed.
These additional bundles of features are:
* Product bundle - Expanded Product management and ecommerce features
* Content Management bundle - Additional content marketing features and time saving content management features
* Marketing Bundle - Additional features to built more customer loyalty, increase your sales funnel, and close more sales
* POS Bundle - Replace your existing POS with the one built into GlitterPaw and move your entire business to the cloud
Each bundle contains hundreds of additional features. Typical users of GlitterPaw discover there are so many built-in features that they have no need to pay for other monthly subscription services for online marketing or 3rd party API integrations.
GlitterPaw will lower your total cost of website ownership and speed up the management of your online activities.
It was designed to be easy enough for the computer neophyte to use, yet powerful enough to run your entire online business with it.
For the techie: It is a stand alone system that exclusively uses WebDNA server side scripts, and WebDNA databases. Break free from forced upgrades with PHP, .NET, SEQUEL Server, and mySQL and the continue worries of bug fixes inherent to those systems.
Using GPS, you do not need an outside company to set up a blog, generate QR codes, upload PDF or Flash files, or host your eCommerce platform.
All the features explained on this website are part of the GlitterPaw ecommerce, online marketing, and POS platform -- it's truly an omnichannel platform.
Learn about the current version of the system here
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