Delivery, Payment, Messaging, Sales Performance, Product Insights and Inventory Management, all on one platform.
Selling online can be tedious, expensive and time-consuming. Businesses, SMEs and Private Sellers trying to launch an online store are faced with issues such as sourcing and paying for eCommerce website development, integrating a payment gateway, handling delivery, managing inventory and increasing sales. SellEasy solves these problems by making it easy for Sellers to launch their businesses online with all the tools and support they need.
At SellEasy, we believe Sellers should focus on getting their inventory sorted and SellEasy can do the rest by providing the means and exposure to sell online and fulfill their orders. With the features provided by SellEasy, we are certain Sellers are going to increase their Month-on-Month revenue.
For the first time, Sellers can just focus on selling without thinking about the cost to set up, how to set up or integrate all the services needed to sell online.
Why should you sell online?
Nigeria has over 96 million internet users which makes up about 46.82% of the 205 million population and the internet penetration rate is about 46.6 percent with a projection to grow into 131.7 million users by 2023.
To put this in context, 5 years ago there were 42.84 million internet users in Nigeria and in 2020 that number has grown to be about 96 million. That is a gain of about 54 million internet users with access to social media, internet banking, e-learning, social commerce and eCommerce.
For sellers willing to leverage such a huge, growing and thriving internet market, the barrier to entry is high and there is a lot of service fragmentation which inadvertently leads to a lot of frustration and terrible service delivery.
SellEasy is helping millions of Sellers (Entrepreneurs, SMBs/ SMEs, basically anyone) launch their online businesses with seamless payment and delivery (local and international) integration and social commerce (sell through your Website, WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook). With just a few clicks you can create an eCommerce website with all of these features and start receiving orders.
How SellEasy Works
To create an eCommerce website and start selling online, Sellers simply create an account here (https://selleasy.co) and a website gets provisioned. Next up, Sellers can set up their payment details and preferred delivery options (drop-off or pick-up). Payments are usually settled into Sellers’ account the same day or next day. Delivery is also the next day for orders within Lagos or 2 – 10 days for orders out of Lagos or international deliveries. Sellers do not have to do anything, SellEasy handles all of these services through the platform and integration we provide.
Sellers also get to see their inventory and product performance (product views, sales performance, user conversion and product analysis).
Why is SellEasy different?
We believe thriving as an Entrepreneur, SMBs/ SMEs or private Seller goes beyond building a shiny and beautiful website alone. This is why at SellEasy, we leveraged the wealth of experience and tools at our disposal to drive growth for all businesses on our platform. We provide AI driven business insights and Search Engine Optimisation. We just want to help Sellers increase their Month-on-Month revenue.
SellEasy provides a free eCommerce website, custom domain, inventory and catalog management, product insights, one-click checkout, custom themes and templates, social commerce/ social media integration, messaging, email marketing and notifications, integrated payments and delivery, all on one platform.
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