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SOURCE: Bongo International
After turning away international business due to the complexity and inherit risk involved, mac of all trades, exclusive Apple reseller has partnered with Bongo International to offer their products worldwide.
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) May 01, 2012
The well-established online store has a solid track record of selling internationally in volume, but had no system in place to deal with smaller international parcels. Michael Snyder, of mac of all trades explains, “The lack of a solution to ship parcels internationally hurts anyone's PR, and can cost customers who want to place larger orders.” Notebooks are one example of an item that is perfect for selling internationally, due their minimal weight & tremendous popularity.
Without question, the demand for Apple products is high. Many international companies may not know these products are available on the used market from a trusted company. Mr. Snyder adds, "Currently, international traffic on the site rests between 5 – 10 %." This is already a significant number that will increase with awareness and emerging markets. International e-Commerce figures are healthy across all sectors, particularly this one.
Bongo handles the international details that can be cumbersome to retailers due to export compliance and licensing or branding restrictions. Additionally, Bongo’s Checkout Solution handles payment processing and removes any risk of international fraud for the online store. The international consumer checks out as if on a local site, and the orders are in international transit on average of 3 – 5 days. This creates a positive customer experience, and allows mac of all trades to remain focused on maintaining their well-established product quality and consistency.
About mac of all trades
mac of all trades was founded in 1995 as a computer mail-order company. At the time, half the business was PC and the other Mac. In 1998, the name was changed from The Computer Exchange to mac of all trades to better reflect us exclusively reselling Apple equipment. Although we had a website in '90s, our commerce was still done traditionally via, phone, fax, and email. We learned the mail order business, trading Apple equipment, and processing orders online all fit together rather nicely. In 2001, we started processing orders online and have never looked back. Our website, services, and business have growth exponentially since. For more information, please visit http://www.macofalltrades.com.
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