You can sign for a few different email lists with Ascend, based on what you'd like to learn, information you need, and the frequency of emails you're comfortable receiving.
And you can always change your preferences in the future, if needed!
After you sign up, be sure to confirm your subscription(s) within 7 days, or you won't receive any emails!
Sherpa tip: Emails come from the address firstname.lastname@example.org.
The lists you can sign up for include:
Our blog keeps you up-to-date on everything from development progress to hardware sales. We also spice things up to cover many topics that help you learn more about features, upcoming events, and system updates. Blog posts are short and we rarely post (or email) more than once a week. So, five minutes is all you need to get updated!
Almost every month, Ascend offers a different sales special for hardware and peripherals (such as receipt and label printers, and inventory and barcode scanners). This list typically only gets one email a month about what products are discounted during that month.
There are a lot of situations where a video might be the most convenient way to learn something. Maybe you're a visual learner, you're learning something for the first time, or you need to see some hardware (like a label printer) that you're working on. And that's where Ascend University comes in. Sign up for this email list to receive video-related information (including information about any contests we're running in Ascend U, where you can win cool gear!).
Solid financial statements are critical to your success, and you need that information quickly in order to act on your results. Sign up for this email list to receive occasional information regarding Bookkeeping with Ascend.
We offer members of the Ascend Analytics community a monthly report to help you improve your business. We benchmark data from over 600 North American retail locations divided into 10 geographic regions and 6 sales volume groups. Use this report as a tool to help evaluate your business's strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities. The data includes sales trends, inventory trends, and transaction benchmarks.