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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. Curated marketplaces are a growing eCommerce solution that allows brands to create their own online marketplace and expanded product assortment. This enables brands to respond quickly to trends and shifts in consumer demand with a curated endless aisle of inventory.
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.
For eCommerce suppliers looking to achieve EDI compliance and improve their relationship with retailer and marketplace partners, implementing an EDI SuiteApp is a simple solution.
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.
With the power of NetSuite, CastleGate and Logicbroker, Wayfair suppliers can exceed business requirements, drive more sales, establish a better relationship with Wayfair and improve delivery performance with customers.
Logicbroker’s Wayfair API connection enables suppliers to connect and communicate information for order management, inventory, and shipping.
Drop shipping and marketplace selling both offer advantages, depending on a retailer’s or supplier’s goals.
Whether selling through drop ship or marketplace channels, managing inventory and product catalog can be quite daunting. Learn about our PIM-like solution in our blog.
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.