The easy way to run an e-commerce business in SA

Business owners no longer have to worry about a Web site, warehouse logistics or product delivery to run a successful e-commerce operation in SA.


Johannesburg, 12 Mar 2019
Read time 1min 20sec

The e-commerce landscape in South Africa is changing rapidly and it is now possible for businesses to run a successful online store without a Web site, warehouse logistics or product delivery services.

Many retailers are selling their products online through marketplaces on Takealot, Makro and Bidorbuy.

Using a marketplace removes the need for a business to develop and manage its own Web site, which allows it to focus on sourcing desirable products and marketing these products.

Many of these businesses also outsource the most challenging part of an e-commerce operation: warehousing and delivery.

The leading outsourced e-commerce logistics player in South Africa is Parcelninja, which offers online businesses a complete fulfilment solution.

An online shopping business simply drops its products at the Parcelninja warehouse, and it takes care of everything else: storage, inventory management, product packaging and delivery.

The company therefore makes sure a product is delivered quickly and professionally, after it was sold through an online shop.

"IT and marketing people, the guys who typically start e-commerce shops, do not like to pack boxes and write labels for couriers. This is why we exist," Parcelninja CEO Justin Drennan explained.

"We offer a complete outsource solution for online shops, which allows them to focus on selling more products and making more money," said Drennan.

For more information about Parcelninja's offering, visit the Parcelninja Web site.

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The Tech Lab Ryan Brunyee (076) 381 2436 ryan@thetechlab.co.za
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