Since we have been aware of the horrifying pandemic, we have to agree that it has accelerated the digital adoption rate among businesses in Malaysia. However, many SMEs are still struggling to fully embrace the digital world. Now that the second MCO is in place, it’s no doubt that most business recovery will be derailed for the time being and those who have yet to pivot online will truly struggle.
Aiming to help merchants without prior eCommerce experience to shift their businesses online, EasyStore enters the industry as a solutions provider that allows for brick and mortar SMEs around the region to digitise through the platform’s simplified, convenient and cost-effective features.
Although the majority of the business, in reality, has able to strive for many years. But during this unprecedented time, businesses that have yet to explore the digital world realises the necessity to transition into that realm.
So with that in mind, EasyStore is focused to empower micro-businesses and SMEs in Malaysia and also around the ASEAN region. As the first eCommerce software as a service (SaaS) provider in the industry to introduce monthly subscription rates for merchants. Its multiple subscription plans provide eCommerce solutions with affordable price points as low as RM 59 per month.
Upon subscription, businesses will have access to the platform’s easy-to-use admin panel which allows merchants to sync every product from over 13 sales channels such as Facebook Live, Instagram, WhatsApp, as well as marketplaces like Lazada and Shopee, into one integrated platform. This feature streamlines operations for merchants by syncing their inventories easily with other online marketplaces, making online stores more organised while saving time and resources.
At a glance, EasyStore comes off as an easy-to-use website builder that helps businesses set up online stores without requiring technical abilities. But businesses who have subscribed to the platform’s services would know that EasyStore goes beyond building stores to offer every feature a business would need to be successful in eCommerce in one backend; market
synchronisation, multi-currency shopping carts on online stores, automated shipping solutions, secure payment solutions, EasyStore’s Point of Sale (POS) and Mobile App, all sales channel report, Wholesale Business to Business (B2B) Portal and many more.
To strengthen its efforts in helping traditional brick and mortar and SMEs scale their businesses online, EasyStore plans to expand internationally with a focus on the Taiwan market where it has established a strong base of over 3,000 online stores.