Drop shipping and marketplace selling are often seen as interchangeable business models. Before diving into which model (or models) makes sense for your business, it’s important to understand the differences between the two.
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E-concessions are the online evolution of concessions, a business model of which brands sell through a retailer while retaining more control over pricing, marketing, product catalog, designing a section of the brick-and-mortar store, and hiring associates.
Logicbroker’s Wayfair API connection enables suppliers to connect and communicate information for order management, inventory, and shipping.
2020 brought elevated growth to an already-expanding eCommerce ecosystem. Retailers sought to maintain inventory availability and make use of closed brick-and-mortar locations, while brands sought to connect with new customers as online shopping seemingly became the only safe option to procure necessary items.
As the countdown to the holidays is underway and we prepare for a new year we wanted to take the time to countdown our top 12 platform features. Our product team works hard each quarter to deliver necessary enhancements to better our customers’ experience and keep up with the ever-changing retail landscape. Performance Scorecards: Logicbroker provides visibility to both Retailer and
According to Gartner, 49% of brands and retailers employ drop ship as a key component of their omnichannel strategy. For both parties there are multiple partners to manage, and having visibility to monitor performance, errors, and overall GMV is business critical. Within the Logicbroker portal, our retailer and brand/supplier customers enjoy out-of-the-box reporting functionality to
According to Forrester, in 2020 41% of retail and brand professionals have a drop ship program in place with another 16% plan to implement one within the next few years. If you’re on the fence or find your company asking why you should become a drop ship supplier continue reading.