It’s been 10 years since we signed our first customer, Rev’it back in 2008. We’ve been on quite a ride since then, and we’re excited to say that we’ve only just gotten started!
Celebration is a time to pause, take a breath, and look back at where you’ve come from. What have we learned as a company? What will we do differently?
Most importantly, it’s a time to thank everyone who has contributed to a successful decade! And what better way to do that than with gifts?
Birthday Presents for Everyone
If you head on over to our Birthday celebration page, you’ll find a number of fun surprises, including an interactive timeline where you can dive into Sana’s history and biggest milestones.
Free E-Commerce Course
To get the party started, we’d like to invite you to join us for a special E-Commerce Course — available for free for a limited time. We’ve packed a decade of learnings into the course, and it’s the perfect way to learn more about building an e-commerce strategy from scratch. We’ve also added some helpful tips for businesses who are further along in their digital development. This includes advice about personalized marketing, as well as an in-depth Google Analytics and Tag Manager Guide (only available through the course).
Live Webinar with 3 E-Commerce Experts
After that, you might like to attend our live webinar on June 21st (watch the recording). Three of our in-house specialists will be giving their take on our 10 Tips E-Commerce Course and hosting a Q&A. It’s a great opportunity to find out what other businesses like yours want to know about online sales. And it’s a rare chance to get your specific questions answered by not one, but three experts.
Explore the Sana Experience Store
Finally, we’d like to invite you to explore our Sana Experience Store where you can click around and experience the 10 most popular Sana features first-hand. Of course, the true power of Sana is in the backend. So if you’re ready to experience the true power of ERP integrated e-commerce, you can also schedule a 10-minute tour behind the scenes of a Sana web store.