The eFullfillment systems helps smaller retailers by combining the fast shipping consumers demand with scalable inventory management, storing products and delivering them reliably

The Internet has made launching a small business easier than ever, but sustaining it can be a challenge, especially in a consumer climate that demands flexible and speedy order fulfillment. UPS is looking to help these small and medium-sized businesses by offering online fulfillment solutions, including hosting their products in its warehouses.

UPS's new eFulfillment platform connects its customers that use any one of 21 online marketplaces to UPS fulfillment services, including Amazon, eBay and Etsy. It also lets them easily customize delivery times, offering same-day fulfillment on one-day, two-day and three-day options. Products are hosted in warehouses in California and Kentucky, meaning they are ready to ship once the orders come in.

Additionally, the service even processes returns for the businesses, saving them time. “Smaller businesses know they need to offer fast shipping to compete in an environment where this has become standard,” said Nick Basford, vice president of global retail and e-commerce strategy at UPS…This product provides a nationwide order fulfillment service that is not easy for smaller businesses to do on their own.”

Learn more about this new platform in the video below:

UPS eFulfillment

The Internet has made launching a small business easier than ever, but sustaining it can be a challenge, especially in a consumer climate that demands flexible and speedy order fulfillment. UPS is looking to help these small and medium-sized businesses by offering online fulfillment solutions, including hosting their products in its warehouses.

UPS's new eFulfillment platform connects its customers that use any one of 21 online marketplaces to UPS fulfillment services, including Amazon, eBay and Etsy. It also lets them easily customize delivery times, offering same-day fulfillment on one-day, two-day and three-day options. Products are hosted in warehouses in California and Kentucky, meaning they are ready to ship once the orders come in.