With the increasing demand of virtual shopping, more and more Business Owners are moving online. And, why not? Leading Ecommerce marketplaces that include Amazon and Shopify are making it simple for anyone to start selling from the very same day and are only charged when a sale order is fulfilled. Technology and cost are no longer barriers for jumping into the online selling world. However, new sellers with limited resources, at the initial stage, often struggle in managing inventory to fulfill customer’s orders in time. Modern customers prefer brands that offer confirmed delivery of products they purchase, and unable to cope up with even one of your customer’s order, will directly impact the brand value and sales for your eCommerce business. “Supply chain” is one of the major processes for an eCommerce business that describes the path of procuring products from suppliers to delivering it to end customers. For many start-ups this method proves to be costly, however, eCommerce business owners who dropship their customer’s orders are gaining a competitive advantage in this New Year 2016. Below in this blog will highlight, how Dropship Model is proving to be a helping hand for eCommerce newcomers? About Dropshipping An inventory management and fulfilment model that allows sellers sell products without having to stock them, is considered as a dropshipping model in the world of eCommerce. How does it work? Whenever your store receives an order, simply forward your customer’s sales information to relevant dropshippers, who in turn, will process and fulfil the order. Types of Dropshippers Ecommerce has two kinds of players that make the supply chain, and both are helping many online sellers to adopt the most convenient way to deal with stock requirements and manage their sales orders efficiently. A- Manufacturer Manufacturers are ideal “Just-in-Time” (JIT) approach to inventory … Continue reading How you can Grow Adopting a dropship model? →
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