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M Ryan

VTEX is now a listed company

July 21st, 2021. VTEX, the Brazil-based B2C, B2B and marketplace ecommerce platform company, became a publicly traded company today, NYSE:VTEX. It is a member of our ecommerce platform shortlist. VTEX has experienced extremely strong sales growth in recent years, not only in its native Latin…

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C2M Business Model - a short explanation

The C2M (Consumer-To-Manufacturing) business model, is one in which product design and demand is driven by consumers rather than by brands and manufacturers. In traditional consumer business models, a brand designs products, sources them from a manufacturer, runs marketing to attract buyers and sells the…

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Dropship on Amazon - is it possible?

Amazon is one of many marketplaces on which a seller can list products for sale, and it is possible for fulfillment to be handled by a dropshipping supplier. Here is how to do it. Dropshipping is one method of ecommerce fulfillment - the process by…

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Headless Commerce in 200 words & 1 diagram

What is Headless Commerce? Headless Commerce is an approach to implementing ecommerce software without dictating the screens through which the customer will interact with the store. A Headless Commerce application provides a library of ecommerce functionality through a set of APIs, which are called by…

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Benefits of Headless Commerce

The benefits of Headless Commerce My experience with retailers and consumer brand manufacturers with direct-to-consumer (D2C) ecommerce sales channels show headless commerce provides the following benefits: There is consistency between ecommerce channels for customers (for example product data, price and promotions), since all channels use…

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Order Management for eCommerce explained

Order Management is how a business ensures orders placed online by customers are fulfilled accurately, cost-efficiently and on-time. A simple order management process passes an order placed on the website to a warehouse for fulfillment, and the order management system records each event that happens…

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