Before discovering Enstack, Allysa Fabiaña manually lists daily sales and expenses from her preloved items business. Today, she uses Enstack’s features in running her day-to-day operations.
“Enstack has allowed us to understand our business and run it better with its accounting and inventory tools and built-in reports. We’ve also been able to cater to more customers through in-app services that allow us to offer cashless payments,” said Fabiaña, owner of Thrift Season.
Enstack enables small and medium businesses (SMB) to enhance their digitization efforts. The app helps them manage orders, track inventory, receive payments, ship packages, and record daily business transactions on their mobile phones.
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“Enstack eases SMEs into digitization by transforming familiar pen-and-paper processes such as recording sales, expenses, and inventory, into mini-apps that can be used individually or all together,” said Macy Castillo, managing director of Enstack. “They’re then introduced to digital services such as shipping and cashless payments to expand their reach. We want digitization to feel achievable by letting SMEs decide their pace and which features to start with.”
The app’s Single Sign-up allows SMBs to have access to services usually offered only to large enterprises. By submitting just an ID, a selfie, and Proof of Billing once during sign-up, merchants become verified users and can offer value-added services such as digital payments and same-day delivery at discounted rates.
The Chat Store also enables merchants to automatically accept orders via their linked Facebook Messenger accounts so they never miss a sale.
Enstack built highly localized features so Filipino SMEs can do the following:
- Sell online, in person, over the phone, and even via chat
- Offer cash and cashless payment options
- Book couriers directly on Enstack
- Digitize paper ledgers and inventory
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