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One of the important advantages of distance selling, which provides it with an increase in the number of buyers and an increase in turnover, is the delivery of goodsdirectly to the customer's door. Practice shows that an increasing number of buyers are ready to pay for such a service, preferring it over self-pickup of goods or an endless queue at the local post office.

What is fulfillment?

Broadly speaking, e-commerce fulfillment refers to the process by which a merchant takes various steps to deliver an order to a customer.

In other words, the seller is doing his best to line up the logistics of his online business for a fast, seamless order fulfillment process.

Order fulfillment is often outsourced. To avoid bad reviews and returns, many online retailers wisely turn to third-party operators to offer quality service.

A common problem for many online stores is the situation when the seller has more orders for a certain product than stock.

When a product is out of stock, sales decline and consumer sentiment deteriorate. If upset customers leave reviews, it will become an obstacle to further sales. Order fulfillment helps to take control of inventory management.

The seller must take on a huge list of order processing obligations. This is quite tedious and resource intensive. This is where the fulfillment partner comes into play.

This is definitely the right path for any salesperson. In fact, the executing company offers several services that are related to the preparation of goods for shipment. To begin with, the seller needs a warehouse to store inventory.

Unlike dropshipping, where an online store doesn't need any kind of inventory, a retailer that deals with physical products that are in high demand and need a place to store them. At the same time, the warehouse must be in the right region, from where most of the orders come.

It is often more correct to involve a third-party service that has proven itself.

If you are in the ecommerce business, you are firsthand knowledgeable about abandoned cart issues. Reliable sources indicate that the bounce rate ranges from 50% to 80%. These numbers, at first glance, can be scary.

But here's the thing. Most customers refuse to make a purchase if they are skeptical about all the shipping options available. In addition, if a customer experiences a slight delay in delivery, they will most likely not contact you again.

Dropshipping is an absolute fulfillment. In this case, the online store does not purchase goods in advance, transferring them for storage and preparation for shipment, but generally relieves itself of the burden of physical order maintenance.

For example, Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) provides fulfillment centers where it sorts your goods, individually packs and ships goods on behalf of the seller.

Outsourced order fulfillment is relevant when a retailer expands its business. This is often the best strategy to meet the ever-growing customer demand. After all, there are not always enough resources and skills to organize your own warehouse processes.

Fulfillment companies have already foreseen optimal processes for preparing goods and have established interaction with freight carriers. You do not have to contact the latter yourself and manually dock the two services.

Thus, customers receive their orders in the shortest possible time and are satisfied.

Automation is central to e-commerce. Even tracking parcels becomes easier if you use external order fulfillment services.

It is clear that stores that manage to organize an efficient delivery service will grow faster than those with delivery problems. The best advertising is word of mouth, and the buyer will notify everyone he can about the problems with delivery. However, not every online store can maintain its own delivery service, especially when trade goes out of state. For this reason, stores are increasingly contracting courier services for the delivery of goods to the consumer, or even completely outsource the work using the dropshipping fulfillment center.

If you are the owner of a successful online store, sooner or later you will have to decide which service you prefer. In order to make the right choice, it is necessary to consider a number of important points.

Order fulfillment consists of several processes. If you conclude an order fulfillment agreement, the delivery service will take the ordered goods from you, sort and mark it on its own, complete orders, deliver them to the consumer, accept cash, and, if necessary, also process returns. In this case, you can focus on promoting your store and increasing your customer base.

Easync offers its fulfillment center for dropshipping or in other words FBE.

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Fulfillment By Easync or FBE is our solution to problems our members face:
📦 High rate of returns
⛔️ Suspended Amazon accounts
📈 Too busy to scale your business
🌏 OCONUS (Outside the Continental United States) members 

What is the cost for FBE?
✅ There is currently no added charge for FBE, you actually get free money using it.

Who is eligible for FBE?
Sellers sourcing from:

  • Amazon US full support
  • Amazon UK full support
  • Amazon DE full support
  • Amazon CA

How do I pay for products using FBE?
📝 You can find the details here 

 🚧 What if a buyer wants to cancel?
We will detect your buyer's cancel requests if they request it quickly enough and we'll cancel the order for you automatically. Otherwise, you'll still have the cancel button available to you so you can initiate a cancel request from your orders page!

🔙 What if a buyer opens a return?
This is simple, we will automate the return process for you. Read more here.

 🚀 What else should I know about FBE?
Ordering is a breeze 💨 returns are a easy 🎁 cancellations are fast 🎿 

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