Automated Vendor Payments
Multivendor offers automatic or manual vendor payouts. CS-Cart allows automatic payouts to be distributed via a built-in payment methods (PayPal and Stripe) for PSD2 Compliance. It splits the payment between vendors and sends commissions to your account. When someone purchases from multiple vendors they still make a singular payment with PayPal for Marketplaces. Manual payments are also available, putting you in complete control.
Using our Common Products for Vendors feature in Multivendor Plus, you can control product creation. Using this function vendors can only set their prices, quantity and shipping. Naturally you can allow your vendors to add their products as well. This allows you to add a comparison table to a product page. If a product is sold by several vendors, a customer can easily compare prices.
Configurable Vendor Plans
Earn more with vendor monthly payments. In the Multi-Vendor system, you can create subscription plans for vendors with different conditions (number of products, maximum sales or commission rate). Vendor Plans is a flexible tool that allows you to control commissions and monthly fees from vendors. Secondly, with vendor plans, commissions are pre-set for each plan, and a new vendor just registers for the most suitable option.
With Multivendor Plus attract more vendors by offering affordable commissions on low-margin products. Popular products such as toys, home care, and non-food goods are often sold with a low margin. To attract vendors selling these kinds of products, set a lower commission for low-margin product categories. On the other hand, you can set a higher commission for high-margin products such as digital devices.
Multiple Access Levels
You can control access levels for different back end users. Certain team members may need different access depending on their role, for instance a designer or a merchandiser. The Multi-Vendor platform allows registering employees and set different levels of access to the admin panel which will control this, reducing the risks of someone accidentally changing something they shouldn't.
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