Selling across House of Fraser’s multi-channels using dropship

We’ve just finished, tested and made live our latest integration, number 37 to be exact, and this time it’s with Anatwine.

Who is Anatwine?

Anatwine is a retail ecommerce portal/platform that connects brands and retailers IT systems together. Using a dropship model, enabled retailers no longer have to keep stock in their own warehouses. Instead, when a retailer sells a product, it’s shipped to the customer from the brand direct, with our solution acting as the central hub for all sales and distribution data. Incidentally, dropship also means that the items stays with the brand until sold.

What is the benefit of this latest integration?

It enables fashion brands to sell their products across House of Fraser’s sales channels seamlessly using the dropship model. It’s far more efficient. And it’s where fashion logistics is headed.

Our integration with Anatwine is now live, with over 50 leading UK fashion brands already taking advantage of the solution to trade with House of Fraser.

Perhaps it’s best left to our Founder and CEO, Leif Roenn, to sum up the benefits of this latest integration, “i.LEVEL is the market leader in fashion IT integrations with third party retailers and ecommerce platforms. Anatwine is the most recent of a string of these dropship eCommerce integrations, allowing our users brands to trade seamlessly with House of Fraser as well as numerous other retailers and platforms using the single i.LEVEL Stock management software.”

Leif continues: “The low cost and efficiencies of a single integration are enormous, as well as the opportunity to expand sales channels.”

If you’d like to know more, please contact us on 01234 761 757 or email – we’d be delighted to tell you more or demo our solution either in person or online – and don’t forget our fashion SaaS solutions include clothing stock control, retail concessions, wholesale, mobile order taking, EPOS, barcode scanning and much more besides.

In short, we offer a 360° fashion solution.


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