Taiwanese multinational PC maker Asus has unveiled its e-commerce retailer in SA, following a month-long trial interval.
The firm, which has been working in SA since 2012, says the web retailer offers native shoppers entry to its merchandise, together with notebooks throughout industrial, client and gaming ranges, in addition to equipment, chargers and attire.
During the tender section launch, the web platform attracted over 3 000 sign-ups, it notes.
Asus provides the native e-store’s pricing aligns with different retailers and e-tailers, with commonplace retail costs throughout the vary of merchandise.
“The Asus Store works on a 2-in-1 website module, which allows us to get better insight on our customers and what they are currently looking for,” says Jessica Burnett, e-commerce resolution supervisor at Asus South Africa.
“At Asus, we strive for purpose-driven innovation and the customer experience through our online store is the latest example of that − ensuring customers have access to all Asus and Republic of Gamers laptops in one place.”
The native e-commerce market has skilled explosive development over the course of the final two years, as shoppers turned comfy with shopping for on-line.
Asus believes the web providing provides “much-needed” worth to the general digital shopping for journey for end-users.
It says the web retailer accepts debit and bank cards, and is protected via on-line fee gateway PayFast.
The e-commerce retailer additionally options month-to-month credit score choices serviced by credit score supplier Mobicred for shoppers that don’t have sufficient money up-front, it states.
“Customers can also have peace of mind that the online shopping journey is completely COVID-compliant, with contactless payments and socially-distanced deliveries.”