Posted by: juliegriffey | February 24, 2014

Introducing a new Amcon web feature! Build your order from your order history

Create Your Amcon Order from Order History

Create Your Amcon Order from Order History

I absolutely hate going to the grocery store. I mean I pretty much buy the same stuff every week, so why can’t they just set it all aside for me so I can walk, pay and head out the door? Of course this wouldn’t solve the problem of having to put away the groceries once I got home – but it would certainly be a lot easier than walking down the same aisles week after week grabbing the same products, while trying to keep a toddler from climbing out of the cart.

Of course I am aware of the fact that many online grocers allow shoppers to build their order based on previous ones. However that newfangled technology is not available at grocery stores in our neck of the woods. Plus you pay a premium for it.

If any of what I am describing resonates with you… Amcon feels your pain, and can offer you a solution.  We recently added a new feature to our website which allows shoppers to build a new   order based on previous ones.  Can’t remember what chin rest paper you usually order?  No big deal – just pop over to your order history and reorder the same one.

To access this new feature, all you have to do is login to the Amcon web site.  Click on “My Amcon” in the top right corner. Now click on the link under “Products” that says “Create Order from Order History.”  The items that you will see displayed are from your last 10 Amcon orders. All you have to do is enter the quantities you desire, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on “Add to Cart” to build your order.  After your add items from your Order History you can continue browsing the Amcon web site and add or remove items from your cart.

Need to place an order with Amcon?  Try out this new feature.  We would love to hear what you think.

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  1. […] week I wrote a post about the new “Create Order from Order History” Feature on the Amcon web site.  Hopefully some of you had a chance to use it, and found it to be a convenient way to build your […]


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