For IT leaders tasked with managing their company’s automated drop ship and marketplace programs, there are a lot of balls to keep in the air: Integrations, vendor maintenance, monitoring, compliance and more.
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After a dramatic 50% rise in eCommerce during the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, omnichannel retailing is no longer a bonus, it’s a necessity. Providing both an online and physical retail experience to engage and attract consumers, omnichannel retailers like Walgreens, Kroger, and Samsung have broken new ground embracing the use of social
As 2021 winds down, companies are eager for predictions of what the retail landscape will look like in 2022. In a survey by Logicbroker, more than 600 retail respondents weighed in on the current state of retail and key initiatives for 2022.
For companies operating as their own marketplace, selling on other marketplaces, or using drop ship models, a good returns & cancellations policy not only improves the relationship with customers but with suppliers/sellers as well.
Logicbroker, the cloud-based drop ship, unified marketplace and fulfillment distribution eCommerce platform, is proud to announce the release of curated marketplace solutions for eCommerce retailers and brands.
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.
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.