Now Boarding, SellerActive Retailers Jump on the Jet
The reason that this is such a significant development is because Jet does not currently offer a way to manage inventory and orders. Sellers, believe it or not, have been expected to build their own back-end. Obviously, that's not going to work for most, but partnering with SellerActive puts that in the realm of possibility for far more sellers.
While there's no indication right now that getting products listed on Jet will ultimately help provide retailers an opportunity to sell on or within Walmart, it is a definite possibility.
Once sellers integrate with Jet using SellerActive, they receive a suite of tools to sync inventory and orders, streamline order fulfillment, and adjust pricing all from one dashboard.
“Multichannel sellers expect more from the software they use, which is why we’re positioning SellerActive to be the all-in-one inventory management platform,” said Travis Tomlinson, SellerActive product manager. “Helping sellers get on Jet faster and easier is just one of the ways we intend to help our clients access more customers.”
Currently, Jet.com has 3.6 million customers since their launch in 2015, and a reported 23% repeat buyer rate – higher than Amazon (11 percent) and eBay (17 percent).