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RevCascade partners with Global Access
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May '17
Courtesy: RevCascade
Courtesy: RevCascade
RevCascade, the ecommerce marketplace automation platform for retailers and brands, has entered into partnership with Global Access, a leading provider of cross-border ecommerce technology and shipping solutions to combine the best marketplace automation with seamless cross-border logistics and shipping technology to drive sales for retailers and brands.

"Global Access is the best ecommerce cross border technology and shipping solution in the market today, and our partnership adds critical functionality to our marketplace automation platform. Until now, the complexities and uncertainties inherent in cross-border commerce have limited the ability of retailers and brands to reach their full revenue potential. This powerful partnership will provide retailers, marketplaces, and brands control and confidence in offering products to consumers around the world," said Josh Wexler, CEO of RevCascade.

Global Access simplifies cross-border commerce by enabling international dropshipping for all retailers and brands by delivering a cost-effective, trusted consumer experience. Global Access’ technology platform ensures accuracy of duty and tax calculation and speedy customs clearance, while providing consumers and retailers with real-time package tracking through the entire order and delivery processes.

With the new partnership, retailers and marketplaces, which typically rely on dropship programmes with brands to limit inventory risk, eliminate upfront costs and offer a broader selection of products, can now easily partner with brands from around the world to significantly broaden the variety of curated products they offer consumers.

In addition, seamless integration of customs brokerage duty and tax assessments, along with local currency payment options and an expansive cross-border logistics network, significantly improves the brand experience and checkout process which improves conversion rates.

Brands, which rely on retailers and marketplaces to broaden their distribution network, will now be able to sell products to consumers anywhere in the world and ship without the daunting complexities usually associated with selling across borders. International checkout capabilities, localisation, fraud protection, tax and duty calculations, alternative payment methods and international shipping are just a few of the benefits brands can now offer their customers.

Consumers worldwide can now shop confidently for products delivered from around the world as if they are shopping with a local merchant, enhancing the overall consumer experience.

"Together, Global Access and RevCascade offer retailers, marketplaces, and brands a solution for international growth that has never before been available," said Dave Nielsen, CEO of Global Access.

"RevCascade has become known as the de facto platform for anyone looking to launch or join an e-commerce marketplace or dropship programme. At the same time, our turnkey international cross-border e-commerce solution is robust, transparent and simple to integrate, from small independent vendors to large brands alike. For brands selling products on marketplaces powered by RevCascade and Global Access, it will now be just as easy to ship products to Moscow as it is to ship them to Maryland. We are changing the way brands sell and consumers shop on e-commerce marketplaces," Nielsen said. (SV)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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