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Case Study Simplify Mall

Simplify Mall – Philippines Online Dropship Marketplace to Sell Affiliate Products

Platform CS-Cart
Industry Retail
Country Philippines
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Simplify mall is the new eCommerce startup in the Philippines. Its online store covers all types of products. Products range from any type of variety from electronic devices to fashion apparel. Along with this grocery to sports and lifestyle products.

The purpose from which Simplify Mall get started is affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing means marketing with the selling of a product with the commission on it.

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Here each affiliate earns some money by adding any affiliate. Also, Simplify Mall has all categories of products of different varieties.

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Philippines Ecommerce Market Trend

Statista data states that the prediction for e-commerce revenue is 3.55 billion US dollars. As well, the percentage of the population that uses the e-commerce application and store is 85.7%.

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Above all, from Globaldata e-commerce the government wants to raise the contribution of eCommerce to GDP. They want from 3.4 percent in 2020 to 5.5 percent in 2022.

According to the Philippines Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), e-commerce generated 3.4 percent of the country’s GDP in 2020, or US$12 billion (PHP599 billion).

The Philippines’ current target is to boost e-commerce sales to US$17 billion (PHP850 billion) by 2021, or 4.3 percent of GDP, and US$24 billion (PHP1.2 trillion) by 2022, or 5.5 percent of GDP.

Display Real-Time International Currency Rates

Simplify Mall has implemented the Webkul CS-Cart Advance Live Currency Converter. This helps the client in automatic currency conversion.

After the implementation of the CS-Cart currency system, the calculation becomes simple for customers in their own currency.

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Additionally, familiar currency increases the customer for the client. When customers see the product’s price in their local currency.

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The product on the display is also in the converted currency. Or in the currency of the detected location.

Seller Plan Contract

Simplify Mall carries the feature of multilevel marketing. To implement this they have chosen the CS-Cart Seller Plan Contract. This gives hikes in business relationships.

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AliExpress Droshipping 

With the help of AliExpress dropshipping, store owners can import products from AliExpress to their selected stores.

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CS-Cart Marketplace Mobile App Development

Webkul provided mobile app development services to the client. This mobile application covers all the vital functions that any mobile should have. This application is supported on iOS and Android. The customized home page and the product page are created for the client.

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The customized product page for the mobile application is built by Webkul. These product pages have the product details with SKU. They support all kinds of products like bundle products, group products, configurable products, and downloadable products.

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The checkout page is seamlessly working too with all the products along with the quantity added to the cart. Users can change the quantity of the product.

Here Webkul provides the support for what kind of delivery and the payment option required by Simplify Mall.

In this application, customers can see the vendor of the product too. Along with this, order tracking is also easy.

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Revitalizing Dropshipping Business in the Philippines

Simplify mall started the dropshipping business because during this time dropship business is the most demanded business in this business you don’t need to maintain inventory.

The vendor sells a product under his own brand but they don’t need to keep an inventory or handle the shipping and fulfillment of the product and vendors set commission on products.

Rather, he purchases the product from a third party after making a purchase from customers and makes them ship directly to the customer from a third-party seller.

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