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Platforms such as Amazon, Flipkart, eBay, etc. are significant marketplaces to sell your products because of their reach and customers. However, retailers often find these marketplaces frustrating from a financial point of view. eCommerce businesses face the problem of payment reconciliation from time to time. When these minor unremitted orders and payments are erroneously ignored, online sellers often find themselves at a loss of money. There are cases of deductions, returns, etc. are also other leaks that eCommerce retailers often fail to plug.

Multi-channel eCommerce allows online store owners to increase their sales streams, reach a more extensive customer base and give the ability to diversify your product offerings. Listing your product on all websites is never a feasible option.

Save over 10-15% on Amazon Business by Inventory Reconciliation After sending your products to Amazon FBA, do you cross-check if the right quantity is being received and the whole stock has been put on for sale? If No, you are about to get a lifetime shocker. If yes, then well and good, read further to get a clear picture. If you aren’t keeping up with the missed products and think that Amazon would notify you…

eCommerce Profitability: Sales vs Profit on Amazon/eBay/Shopify All the profitability calculators that currently exist in the market, are really not doing their job! They don’t even provide us with complete information. To be precise, they never advise you with the ways to increase your profit margins. Don’t trust my words? Let me show you how the existing calculators are a mess and, can even eat our money without us realizing. What Amazon calculator is all…

Impact of TCS on Flipkart / Amazon / PayTM sellers With growing sellers on eCommerce platforms like Flipkart, Amazon etc and with the rise in Indian eCommerce industry overall, involved with numerous transactions, it had become almost next to impossible for GST team to keep a track on tax payments. To overcome this issue, TCS (Tax Collected at source) has been introduced by the government and will be applicable from 1st of October, 2018.…

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