The promising digital economy in the Philippines, partly driven by the growing ecommerce segment, is opening a door of endless opportunities for companies of various sizes, including MSMEs (micro, small, and medium enterprises).
To further help them succeed in the ecommerce space, Singapore-based Anchanto is offering them platforms that simplify and increase the visibility of their operations from the point of online inventory to the actual product shipment. Anchanto is now operating across more than 14 countries, which include Singapore, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
Part of Anchanto’s proprietary SaaS offering is the eCommerce Warehouse Management System (eWMS) which enables B2B and B2C ecommerce 3PLs, warehouses, brands, retailers, distributors, and postal associations. With over 43 ecommerce marketplace integrations and more than 20 strategic partnerships, the platform readily enables inventory, order, and warehouse operations management. The system has ready integrations with over 30 last mile carriers such as Ninja Van and DHL. It also enables cross-border ecommerce and shipping label interoperability.
Another Anchanto offering is the SelluSeller, an online multi-channel selling software that offers a one-stop solution to manage selling on multiple local and cross-border channels such as Lazada, Zalora, Qoo10, Shopee, MyStore, Shopify, Magento, and more with ease. SelluSeller also helps online sellers, brands, and distributors to list and sell products online with features such as pricing and promotion management, centralized inventory, order management, payment reconciliation, and many more.
Anchanto’s SaaS products were developed in-house for clients such as Garnier, L’Oreal, and Maybelline before being released in the market. The company’s massive customer base also includes global players like Nestle, Pos Malaysia, Telkom Indonesia, GreatDeals, 3M, Luxasia, Lazada, DKSH, Essilor, La Roche Posay, ASOS, VIP Plaza, Bosnet, and many more.