Jazva is thrilled to announce two major product updates we’ve recently added to the system. The light manufacturing upgrade will enable retailers to manage their business from production and shipping without the need for expensive custom development.
As Amazon’s ecommerce market share rises steadily, third-party sellers will continue to be a growing population. Cyber criminals have taken notice, stealing credentials, hijacking accounts and posting fake deals. Amazon sellers have become lucrative targets, and cyberattacks will only get more sophisticated going forward.
Last February, FedEx took the retail world by storm when they announced the launch of FedEx Fulfillment, its answer to Amazon FBA. FedEx Fulfillment is an ecommerce fulfillment and inventory management service meant to help small and medium-sized retailers fulfill orders from multiple channels.
It is no longer enough to sell a few products on one or two sales channels. Today’s customers crave product diversity and want very specific products, and with the ease of online shopping, consumers often hop from one marketplace to the next, seeking the best deals on the right products.
Despite a net loss of $7 billion from shipping costs last year, Amazon has become the trusted brand in ecommerce, an influence that only expands regardless of competition. Jeff Bezos is now the world’s 2nd wealthiest person, thanks to Amazon’s acquisition of Souq.com. Read on for the latest industry news and insights.
Jazva is excited to announce our latest functionalities, which will save you more time managing multi-channel listings, accounting and shipping. One of our main focus in the quarter was improving our accounting features to help you better manage financials in Jazva. We’ve also added new options in product management and order processing to give you even more flexibility.
Most people don’t think of logistics when they hear about the Internet of Things (IoT). You’d probably think of wearable electronics or a refrigerator that can text you when it’s time to buy more milk. But there’s more to the IoT than consumer convenience; it has a powerful impact on the retail supply chain.
Retailers waste thousands of dollars each year because of poor warehouse management. According to a study by Intermec, outmoded and inefficient warehouse processes can amount to at least 3,000 labor hours annually, and mispicks cost businesses $390,000 per year.
The biggest news and trends in retail came from the ShopTalk conference in Las Vegas this week. Instant fulfillment is becoming the norm, as eBay joins the uphill battle in satisfying customer expectations. Personalization and artificial intelligence continue to be the top trends shaping ecommerce today.
As retailers sell on more sales channels and offer a wider assortment of products, listings get extremely difficult to manage. Product content, pricing and channel-specific settings all need to be accounted for when listing on marketplaces or your own website. Fortunately, Jazva’s powerful categorization tool offers a solution for managing products and listings more efficiently.