2024 ecommerce trends: the new customers’ needs
Full e-commerce outsourcing
Pros and cons
Focus on your core business
Outsourcing your eCommerce allows your company to keep an eye on the business, while your full service partner handles the complexities for you.
Invest less capital
By outsourcing inventory management, warehousing, fulfillment, returns, customer support and business infrastructure, you will also save up to 90% on initial costs.
Enjoy economies of scale
As an individual business, you are unlikely to achieve the same economies of scale as an outsourcer with respect to technology, shippers, carriers and packaging suppliers.
Reduce your risk
In the "full-service" model, the sales relationship with the consumer belongs to the outsourcer. Only in this way are you protected in terms of taxation, privacy and consumption regulations.
Full outsourcing is similar to a partnership. The demand for outsourcing has increased exponentially over the years making it more difficult to find an outsourcer willing to co-invest their time and focus into your project especially if you have low initial volumes.
Solidity and reliability
The reliability of an outsourcer for e-commerce sales is all the more fundamental the higher the volume of business. The company you turn to must be financially solid and highly capitalized, especially if you foresee an explosion of your business.
Internal infrastructure and subcontracting
Outsourcers do not always have the internal logistical and technological infrastructure to address the requirements of a successful project. Excessive subcontracting can lead to performance degradation and higher costs for the client.
If you want to completely outsource e-commerce activities, we can offer you an outsourced ecommerce service provider solution and take care of all the management aspects that currently don't allow you to save money and focus internal resources.