To help small businesses easily gain a digital presence, OSKY has partnered with Shopify to offer turnkey e-commerce solutions.
According to OSKY’s Principal Consultant Ken Ong, “Due to unprecedented demand to deploy online stores in recent times, we have decided to partner up with Shopify to keep up with the demand from small businesses to get online without having to compromise on quality and security.”
The goal here is to help small businesses access a larger customer base online to not only make up for the revenue loss from the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economy but to thrive digitally.
What is Shopify?
Shopify is one of the world’s most popular e-commerce platforms that allows you to set up and operate an online store. It is very easy to use and feature-rich, allowing you to choose from a myriad of predefined payment gateways, shipping options, and more. Shopify is considered the best e-commerce platform by many people because of its flexible pricing plans and ease of use.
The plans are scalable and available for any business type. Each plan includes the same user interface that allows you to easily manage your online store regardless of the size of your inventory.
How small businesses were affected by the lockdowns and COVID-19
Needless to say, small businesses have been negatively affected by the lockdowns and COVID-19. This phenomenon has accelerated the growth of online stores around the world with businesses taking their inventory online.
How Shopify and OSKY can help small business
More and more small businesses are now adopting Shopify as their main e-commerce site because of its ease of use and low cost of entry.