Making the Holiday Season Merry with Offshore E-Commerce Solutions

Dec 07, 2020

The growth of e-commerce was highly significant in helping boost the economies of many countries despite the pandemic situation. It has already been rapidly growing over the years since and a lot of major retailers have transitioned to investing in their online imprint. With this, we can see more progress and innovations that will come from online retailers as customers shift their purchase patterns and become more reliant on online services, especially for the most basic needs. However, creating a website and placing products online is only the first step for most who are transitioning to the digital space to sell products and services. The competition is becoming steeper as more retailers embrace the e-commerce transition and more new competition is easily made, most especially now that we are approaching the holiday season. 

Before e-commerce, the holiday season is already the busiest time of the year especially as malls and retail shops get flocked with customers completing their holiday shopping. It is to be expected that with the shift that we have now, e-commerce will become one of the most in-demand and busiest industries as customers shift to purchasing their holiday needs online. 

There will be an increased demand from customers who would need their items at a much faster speed and with that, you can expect congestion of shipments in key shipping ports. This is the best time to speak with your partners and suppliers to make sure that you are prepared for the traffic and demand that the holidays will bring to your store. This is also the best time to offer various products that are familiar to your customers as well as new items they might have an interest in. You can expect that during this season, customers’ check-outs are higher than usual. 

This can all be overwhelming to an e-commerce company regardless of its size. It’s highly important to keep customers happy during this time of the year and to avoid as many delays so that your business does not only reap rewards such as an increased profit but also gain a very loyal customer base which will likely keep you on top of mind for more holiday seasons to come. Offshoring presents itself to be an effective solution in supporting your e-commerce operations not just for the holidays but in the long run. 

So how can offshoring help prepare your operations for the holiday season?

Offshoring is known to provide support to businesses globally. It is an industry that deals with accuracy in detailing out the tasks that need to be done to help the business increase its productivity in the most cost-efficient way. An e-commerce company can either choose to offshore all operations remotely or select specific areas that need support in just like the following:


  • Customer Service- providing top-notch customer service is important for any e-commerce support. An effective offshoring partner can take care of your customers’ needs as well as turn them into repeat customers. 


  • IT and Tech Solutions - Offshoring can help support the platforms that the business use like the website, payment platforms to even, digital marketing which can help enhance and ensure the smooth flow of digital operations for your business.


  • Focus back on selling- Your offshore team can take care of back-end tasks like accounting and data entry to ensure that your financial books and cash flow are in healthy shape. 

A remote offshore team is ideal for e-commerce business because of its mobility to be able to run the business from anywhere in the world. Its flexibility allows you to customize it according to the needs of your business. A lot of major players in the e-commerce industry have opted to offshore some of its services and are now enjoying increased revenues and productivity while being able to cut costs of up to 80%. 

Getting started on deploying an offshore team for your e-commerce business should not be complicated. Offshoring presents an array of possible opportunities for your business. Getting started and learning more about offshoring and how it can benefit your e-commerce business not only during the holidays is as easy as adding products to your cart.

Offshore Business Processing presents an offshore e-book that contains vital information about offshoring and what factors you need to consider before engaging with the service. It’s free to download just like your next free shipping coupon. 

Download it today and see how Offshore Business Processing can help prepare your online store ready for the holiday season through efficient offshoring solutions.

Contact us to schedule a call and find out how we can help improve your business. 

Offshore Business Processing (OBP) has a proven track record in freight forwarding offshore services that not only work but can increase your productivity and reduce your costs by up to 80%.

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