DXBUY partners with ‘buy now, pay later’ provider, tabby
DXBUY, a B2B e-commerce platform for SMBs, has partnered with tabby, to offer its platform members the convenience of paying 14 days after their product has been delivered. This partnership is another strategic move for DXBUY’s growth and continuous effort towards supporting SMBs with their daily business buying needs.
By choosing to pay with tabby, customers are not required to make any upfront payment, increasing their purchasing power and offers a truly beneficial alternative to cash on delivery. The collective endeavour of both start-ups is to enhance trust in the digital ecosystem regionally and provide disruptive tech-enabled solutions to consumers.
“Collaboration with tabby will expand the number of payment options available to SMBs through DXBUY, while offering transparent pricing and a fluid user experience. Our application along with tabby’s buy now and pay later option will enable our customers to make purchases with greater financial control and convenience,” says Adnan Zubairi, CEO at DXBUY.
Having a customer centric approach and high demand for its services, DXBUY connects small businesses with manufacturers and wholesalers through a digital platform. It helps fill the gaps in the supply chain and provides a wide range of products by having multiple vendors and brands in one place. Buyers can be assured of getting a great customer experience, cost-effective timely deliveries and could further benefit by frequent re-ordering, reducing their inventory levels to save on real estate space.
The Dubai-based brand has expanded its operations in Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman growing from 300 users in the first month of launch to more than 5000 verified businesses onboard in less than a year.
In a statement, the company is on track to achieve 50,000 successful orders by the end of this year, with plans to service businesses across all seven emirates soon with plans for additional strategic hubs in Northern Emirates, Abu Dhabi and Al Ain by 2021.
Zubairi added, “COVID-19 has vastly changed the way businesses interact to procure goods & services. The lesson that companies of all sizes have learned from the pandemic is to explore new digital opportunities for their business. Procurement, sales, marketing and operations in a post-covid world will be more efficient through digitization.”