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Shopmatic Rolls Out New POS Feature on Its Platform to Simplify Inventory Management

By: DT News Network
November, 09, 2019

Determined to enable online & offline success for small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs, international e-commerce enabler Shopmatic has launched a volley of exciting new features to enable merchant discovery and success when they bring their businesses online. The fast-emerging e-commerce leader has launched a new Point of Sale (POS) feature on its platform that simplifies inventory management and expedites order generation. Furthermore, the brand has partnered with OnlineSales.ai to help its merchants benefit from the repertoire of AI-enabled marketing automation services.

The new Shopmatic POS feature has been built especially for merchants participating in exhibitions, flea markets, and/or any physical events. The feature will support them in the reconciliation of offline and online orders, creating an omnichannel experience for merchants. Taking the pain away from inventory and bulk order management, the feature has been optimised for mobile browsing.

Shopmatic’s partnership with OnlineSales.ai will allow businesses to utilise cutting-edge advancements in AI to promote their businesses online. The platform can reach over 1.2 million shoppers every month and supports merchants through cross-channel marketing across Google, Facebook and Affiliate Marketing by allowing businesses to pre-determine a specified daily budget to run efficient digital marketing campaigns for their individual brands. The tool is simple to use and puts the control in the hands of the merchant whilst keeping the cost transparent.

Shopmatic has always focused on helping small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs on its platform drive visibility and growth. The successful launch of Shopmatic World, a disruptive discovery platform that curates the stories of its various merchant products continues to drive online shoppers to their individual web stores. The partnership with OnlineSales.ai will now allow merchants to take ownership of their own advertising.

Commenting on the latest developments, Anurag Avula, Co-Founder & CEO of Shopmatic said, “We are driven with the vision to enable the online and offline success of our merchants. We are excited to announce the launch of Shopmatic POS and our partnership with OnlineSales.ai. The partnership has been built on a strong foundation of our shared passion for driving better prospects for our customers in the e-commerce & retail landscape.”

Ashish Mehta, CEO, OnlineSales.ai added, “The world of online commerce could be overwhelming for small-scale businesses, lacking the required funds or technical knowledge. To the same end, Shopmatic has certainly changed the status quo and has been leveling the playing field for aspiring businesses. At OnlineSales.ai, we find it as an incredible opportunity to join forces with Shopmatic and utilise our tech expertise in enabling the online success of small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs on the platform.”

Till date, Shopmatic has enabled the online success of over 300,000+ businesses. It has constantly persevered to bring the latest tech advancements on its platform, determined to enable the online success of small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs in emerging markets. Shopmatic had recently acquired CombineSell and Octopus Retail Management to help merchants promote their products across marketplaces and offline retail spaces. Endeavoring to consolidate its presence as an e-commerce and omnichannel leader, Shopmatic plans to continue its spree of launching exciting and cutting-edge features to enable the success of merchants on its platform.

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