InPost, Returns and Ecommerce!

user Posted on April 27, 2021

We’ve been piqued to learn that Schuh and New Look are the latest brands to sign up to InPost’s Instant Returns service, following news last month that Missguided was the first UK fashion retailer to do so.

What is InPost and Instant Returns? The service allows shoppers to send back items by using a QR code on their phone, meaning there’s no need to print a label at home, which not only reduces paper and ink, but also makes it accessible for consumers who don’t have a printer.

Out-of-store click and collect options are an ecommerce trend that are set to become much bigger, not least because they are a straightforward way for retailers to expand their accessibility to shoppers, whilst still sticking to COVID-restrictions.

Lockers and other out-of-store click-and-collect points provide a safe and convenient way for shoppers to pick up their purchases from a pre-chosen location – and if the item needs to be returned, they can send parcels back in just a few moments, at any time – night or day.

It’s yet another sign that fashion ecommerce is only going to continue on its rocket ship trajectory. In 2020, UK consumers collectively spent 82 billion hours in mobile shopping apps – 30% up from 2019!

That’s why we’re placing a considerable amount of our development time enhancing the ecomm capabilities of i.LEVEL.  Below are just a few of the ecomm integrations and modules that we offer:

Shopify: Our integration is a ‘hosted ecommerce’ solution that allows you to control your stock in i.LEVEL, upload the info to Shopify, and manage your stock when sales are made.

Amazon: Our integration allows your brand to trade seamlessly with Amazon’s platform and maintain full stock oversight as well as monitor product performance.

eBay: Our integration lets you trade with eBay seamlessly, with all the stock control capabilities you expect from i.LEVEL.

Zalando: Our integration with Tradebyte lets you sell within Zalando’s global fashion e-marketplace marketplace.

SilkFred: This online marketplace promotes 600+ independent fashion brands and emerging designers.

BigCommerce: A more robust, commercial ‘version’ of Shopify, this is better for larger and more established fashion brands.

Debenhams Web: This is the 11th biggest UK online retailer by traffic volume, and another of our key integrations, and we expect it grow even faster following its purchase by Boohoo.

Simply Be: The UK’s leading ecommerce platform for curvy and plus size women. We are integrated with Simply Be.

La Redoute: Founded in 1837, this is the leading mail order and ecommerce company in France. We are integrated with La Redoute.

Secretsales & Showroomprive: Showroomprive.com is a French e-commerce company specialising in online flash sales. Their equivalent UK site is Secretsales.

If you would like to expand your brand’s ecomm sales channels, call us now on 01234 761 757 or email info@ilevelsoftware.co.uk. We can help!

 

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