You team up with reliable suppliers who have their own warehouses packed with awesome products.
Juggling multiple orders got you stressed? Cut the chaos with smart fulfillment
Running an online store can be exciting, but order fulfillment can feel a little overwhelming, especially when you have to juggle different platforms.
Multi-channel orders, scattered inventory, and limited resources – it’s enough to make anyone’s head spin.
But don’t worry, you don’t need a sprawling warehouse and an army of employees to tame the fulfillment beast. Here’s the good news:
Smart tools exist that take the guesswork out of shipping. Think of systems that automatically pick the best location to ship from, based on what you need and where your products are. No more last-minute scrambling.
In this blog, we will be taking a closer look at how smart fulfillment can help you sell more online, and win better conversions. How it can help you manage inventory efficiently, and say goodbye to same-day shipping struggles.
So, let’s get started.
Sell More by Having Suppliers Dropship
In today’s fast-paced digital world, customers crave variety and speed. But who has the time and space for a giant warehouse? That’s where a smart technique called “drop shipping” comes in.
Here’s how vendor drop shipping works:
Drop shipping doesn’t just take load off your shoulders – it opens up a whole new world of possibilities. More products, faster shipping, happier customers – that’s the winning formula for thriving in the online jungle.
Stock Less Inventory
While there are products you will always need to stock for your brick-and-mortar store, when it comes to your online sales- most products you won’t need to stock at all.
With the right technology, retailers can pull live online feeds from their distributors– showing the products, descriptions, 360-degree images, and most importantly, available inventory levels from their warehouse. The orders made by the customers on your website can be sent directly to your distributor to fulfill on your behalf.
Offer More Products
Forget the limits of your physical store walls. By partnering up with your suppliers, your website transforms into a whole new stream of possibilities. Offer tons more products with wider ranges, all without adding a single item to your own shelves.
Think of it as your brick-and-mortar extension, enticing your in-store customers to explore and buy even more online. Plus, you will attract a whole new online audience with your expanded selection, boosting your competitiveness and reaching more happy customers.
Minimize Your Effort and Stress
No more juggling stock levels or sweating over “out-of-stock” messages. By connecting with your distributors, their well-stocked warehouses become your inventory. Live feeds show exactly what’s available, eliminating dreaded overstocks and understocks.
And the best part? They handle the entire fulfillment process– from picking and packing to shipping – while you focus on what you do best. Effort and stress melt away, replaced by the joy of a smooth-running online operation.
Keep Customers Happy
Today’s customers are demanding. They want exactly what they want, delivered lightning-fast. To keep them happy and engaged, retailers need to constantly innovate. But how? Here’s the secret: your vendors are your secret weapon.
By learning to tap into their extensive offerings and partnering with the right technology, you can unlock a whole new world of possibilities:
The future of retail is all about smart partnerships and embracing technology. So, ditch the outdated methods and unlock the power of vendor integrations. Your customers (and your business) will thank you for it.
If you are interested in exploring how, at Celerant, we can help you integrate with your vendors and sell more online, watch our software in action.
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