DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
Launched in 2010, Trophy Skin sells its products using these channels:
- Website using Shopify eCommerce platform
- QVC (TV and online)
- Flash sales sites, beauty websites, and other home
- shopping channels
- Amazon (Seller Central, Vendor Express)
For U.S. orders, Trophy Skin products are imported to the U.S. from a contract manufacturer in China and fulfilled via its 3PL partner. To keep pace with the company’s growth, Trophy Skin migrated to NetSuite and used Celigo’s Shopify-NetSuite Integration App to automatically bring Shopify orders and customer information into NetSuite upon customer checkout.
When Trophy Skin was featured as QVC’s “The Special of the Day,” the website processed 1,200 incoming orders within three hours of being on air – nearly a ten-fold increase from an average 150 orders per week. It was painfully clear that the order process not only delayed fulfillment times but was also not scalable, especially with the company’s ambitious growth targets for the next two years.
“If we’re going to continue to grow, we can’t touch every single order that comes in. Our time needs to be spent on providing best-in-class customer service rather than on manual order processing,” said Rachel Harris, Director of Operations for Trophy Skin.
“Celigo is helping automate 100% of our website orders so that they can be processed without Customer Service needing to touch them at all, which then frees up our time to focus on customer service and not on data processing,” remarked Harris. As an added bonus, Trophy Skin’s free shipping offer is further sweetened by its ability to send tracking numbers the same day if an order is placed before 2 p.m., delivering a level of service not expected by the customer.