ANCHANTO announced on February 25 the launch of its "Forever Free" plan to help smaller sellers and micro, small and medium enterprises (micro SMEs) to participate in the region's lucrative e-commerce sector.
The plan allows SMEs to use Anchanto's e-commerce marketplace management software, SelluSeller, which gives online sellers the ability to manage their online selling on multiple marketplaces, including inventory, orders, pricing, promotions, listings, reports and much more, all on one centralized platform.
Micro SMEs can now use the service to connect to newer marketplaces, webstores and logistics partners across nine countries to grow their revenue.
Sellers processing up to 50 orders per month will be able to subscribe and use the software for free. Once their business grows to more than 50 orders per month, they can upgrade to any of the five paid plans to continue using the service.
Anchanto, which specializes in enabling end-to-end multichannel eCommerce for businesses through its SaaS products, has decided to introduce this plan as a part of their effort to encourage and support the SMEs.
Small sellers and micro CMEs are the key economic drivers as they account for up to 95 percent of all business establishments. The "Free Forever" plan is therefore aimed at helping especially those businesses that have previously found it difficult to expand and embrace transformation for the digital economy.
With the "Free Forever" plan that is powered by SelluSeller, small businesses can expand their sales across any number of marketplaces without accruing the costs of adding more manpower and resources. It is an initiative that provides the sellers a great platform and opportunity to scale their e-commerce business.
"Our 'Free Forever' plan was designed with entrepreneurs and the smallest SMEs in mind, and to help them scale their business across Asia through digital channels," said Vaibhav Dabhade, founder and CEO of Anchanto.
"Much of our business growth has been due to our work with SMES, and - as we are now expanding in the region - our new plan is our tribute to the small sellers and entrepreneurs who have been with us from the very beginning and who are continuing to help us grow," he said. (PR)