If the reason you’re not selling on OnBuy is lack of integrations then today they address your concerns with the announcement of six new OnBuy integrations to make selling on OnBuy easy.
OnBuy’s mantra is to ensure that your selling experience is as seamless and rewarding as possible so through their partnership with CedCommerce, they now offer integrations with Shopify, WooCommerce, Magento 1, Magento 2, PrestaShop and OpenCart to help you more easily manage your OnBuy selling.
These new integrations with ecommerce platforms complement the support they already offer with the likes of ChannelAdvisor, Cloud Commerce Pro, Linnworks, One Stop Order Processing, Storefeeder, ChannelGrabber, Veeqo and Volo.
Key features of the six new OnBuy integrations announced today are centralised order management, seamless stock and price updates, and streamlined product creation – pretty much everything you need to manage your OnBuy marketplace selling from your website
“OnBuy is changing the way the world looks at marketplaces. We’ve seen some of the industry’s largest retailers and brands come on board, and we’re well on track to become the world’s first truly global marketplace.
I’m delighted to announce this partnership with CedCommerce as it means we can offer millions of retailers a new route to selling with OnBuy. OnBuy is open to all sellers – small, medium and large – and opening our doors to these solutions means we can seamlessly cater to more sellers than ever before. By driving offers from more businesses, we’ll be adding millions more products to our 20m+ product range and driving even better prices for our buyers.”
– Cas Paton, founder, OnBuy
We have already heard from sellers who have created thousands of new product listings on the marketplace using the new OnBuy integrations saying it is a relatively easy and trouble free process and best of all they can now manage inventory and orders from their website.
Get ready for OnBuy international expansion
OnBuy are planning to launch into 140 new countries by 2023, starting with 40 initial sites this year. They’ve quietly kicked off their expansion with a soft launch into Ireland, which means buyers from Ireland now see product prices in their localised currency.
If you already sell on OnBuy then make sure you have set up your international delivery templates. Today the UK and Ireland, but prepare for OnBuy to go global!
“Over the past few years, we’ve studied European retail and ecommerce very closely. We observed that European merchants are interested in selling across borders and overcoming the ecommerce challenges by implementing innovative ways to reach out to local as well as global customers.
The partnership between CedCommerce and OnBuy is expected to be key for sellers and retailers in Europe who are planning to pursue multichannel selling, through creating a frictionless onboarding process and allowing sellers to reach out to customers in diverse channels with enterprise-level support. Together we are planning to assist local businesses and community members by setting up the perfect platform to list, sell and revive their businesses amidst the ongoing pandemic.”
– Abhishek Jaiswal, CEO, CedCommerce