Dropship Posts

Dropship and Endless Aisle are a No-Brainer for Service & Repair

The dynamic duo of Dropship and Endless Aisle are the products your service & repair shop needs to ramp-up revenue and always be closing on sales.

If you’re already convinced, great! However, it’s likely that you don’t believe me just yet. In order to understand this no-brainer business decision, it’s important to know what the heck Dropship and Endless Aisle actually are!

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5 Ways Endless Aisle & Dropship Will Help You Ship for the Holidays

Black Friday is less than a month away and the holiday season is almost upon us. Online and in-store sales will start to go through the snow-covered roof, but who wouldn’t want to take advantage of the most profitable season of the year. I’m here to give you the gift that keeps on giving: Endless Aisle and Dropship.

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[Video] What Does Omnichannel Mean for Wireless?

Omnichannel has been a major buzzword in retail for years, but what does it actually mean for the very unique wireless industry?

It's important to create a consistent customer experience across channels and wireless is no exception. Check out our video blog as we walk through the steps of a wireless customer journey and changes wireless dealers can implement along the path to purchase.

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Preparing for the 2017 Prepaid Expo: 2 Sessions You Need to Attend

It’s the 10-year anniversary of the Prepaid Expo and this year’s lineup offers a packed schedule full of valuable content that we’ve all come to expect from this event.

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Fulfillment: Give Your Customers Exactly What They Want With Dropship

Customer expectations of the in-store experience are higher today than they've ever been before. We know they want what they want, when and wherever they want it. So how do you fulfill your customer’s expectations and dreams?

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How Dropship is Changing the Inventory and Merchandising Game for Retailers

Many large retailers are competing on delivery options and satisfying consumer demands for a true omnichannel experience with seamless convenience and vast product selection. With iQmetrix Dropship, retailers of all sizes are now able to offer similar benefits to consumers.

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It's Time to Give a Ship: Fulfill Customer Needs With Drop Ship

One of my biggest shopping frustrations is walking into a store and finding out the product I’d like to buy is out of stock. On most occasions, I’ve done my research on the product to see if it’s carried in your store.

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3 Strategies to Fully Optimize Your Drop Ship Rollout

 

Having the ability to provide your customers with seemingly endless product options once seemed impossible. However, this type of offering has increasingly become mainstream for retailers. Or so I thought.

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Dropship To The Rescue!

It's true. Retail has changed. 

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Dominating Retail: Drone by Drone

It’s not a surprise to anyone that Amazon was probably the biggest disruptor to retail we have ever seen and as you are likely aware, Amazon is further seeking to disrupt retail, and other major industries with the introduction of new ways to deliver you items cheaper and faster. 

 

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How to Expand Your Sales Channel With Endless Aisle

It’s no secret demand for headphones and other high-end technologies is growing. Last year, Futuresource forecasted worldwide shipment of headphones would grow to 381 million units. The headphone market alone will generate 10.7 billion dollars annually by 2019. That’s just headphones, this study doesn’t include other high-end accessories. Realistically, the potential is endless but unfortunately, shelf space is not.

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The Lowdown on Dropship

If you’ve been following the moves of some of the big-box retailers lately you’ve likely noticed the race to offer faster, cheaper delivery options is on. While industry on-lookers have been cautious about the effects that shipping costs can have on a retailer’s bottom line versus the benefit of attracting consumers, it’s clear that these “shipping wars” between the likes of Amazon, Walmart, and Target are making it appear difficult for other retailers to compete.

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