The Online Showroom is a way you can share your product information online with your customers, so they can see the products you sell, what’s in stock, and even place orders. You can control exactly which products and product information you want to display in the showroom’s simple and customer friendly catalog-style view.
We’ve set up a sample Showroom, check it out here!
You can send your Showroom by email invitation, or simply copy and paste the URL from inFlow Cloud and send it to your customer. For each invitation you can customize which products and product information they can see.
To get started on creating your Showroom take a look at our setting up Showroom article.
What does the Showroom look like?
The showroom has a clean design with your company name and logo at the top left-hand side of the page.
Showroom uses your inFlow Cloud Company name & logo from the Company settings. To modify your company name and logo go to Main Menu>Options>Settings. In the Company Information section click on the Set company name, address, etc button.
If you’ve allowed your customers to place orders through your showroom, there will be a shopping bag icon at the top right of the screen. The current number of items in the cart is shown here, and clicking it will open the shopping cart screen, where the customer can review their order and check out.
Customers viewing your showroom can contact you with the built-in email form at the top-right hand corner of the page. You can choose what email address your mail is directed to from the inFlow Cloud Showroom set up window. The phone number and special instructions are listed at the bottom of the email form.
Customers can also view your items in the card layout, or by rows.
Any items that don’t have an image on your inFlow database are given a generic colored placeholder image in its place
Customers can click on any item to get more details about it. If you’ve setup the Showroom to display description, quantity in stock, measurements, or remarks here is where they will be shown. If you’ve enabled order taking, your customers can select a quantity of the item and add it to their order.