How Qikink works
Learn how does print on demand and drop shipping works with Qikink. Plan your business accordingly and start you sales in profit.
Signup and Connect your eCommerce store with Qikink
You can signup for free business account with Qikink. Connect your Shopify, Woocommerce or any other store using our custom built Plugins or open APIs.
Create products using your designs at Qikink Dashboard
You can upload your designs to Qikink dashboard. Use them to create products with Qikink product creation tool.
Update and Launch your Store
Update your store with the products created in the Qikink dashboard. Launch the filled store for your audience.
Promote your store with your strength
This is the time to spread the word out using innovative ways. Build the brand for lifetime and play it to your strengths.
Check the orders
Check the orders coming in for shipping, contact data errors. Also keep personal communication with the customer until delivery. This reduces COD cancellations and improves repeat orders.
Qikink custom prints and delivers the orders
Once the order is received, Qikink does custom printing, branding, packing with accessories and delivers to your customers.
COD Amount Settlement
Upon delivery of every COD order, Qikink collects your COD amount and deposits in your wallet/bank in 4-5 working days. Invoices are raised at the end of each month.
What is Print on Demand?
Print on demand (POD) is a printing technology and business process in which T-Shirts and other garments are printed only when an order is received. Manufacturer holds plain t-shirts in stock on various styles, colours and sizes. When a customer orders a design, printer prints it and dispatches to the customer. It reduces the unsold inventory risk for the brand owners. Any T-Shirt Brand can have an account with QikInk, when an order is received on the website, it is passed to the QikInk’s system, where it is been printed and dispatched to the end customer with custom Brand Name and packaging.
What is Drop Shipping?
Dropshipping is a retail fulfillment method where a store doesn’t keep the products it sells in stock. Instead, when a store sells a product, it purchases the item from a third party and has it shipped directly to the customer. As a result, the merchant never sees or handles the product. The biggest difference between dropshipping and the standard retail model is that the selling merchant doesn’t stock or own inventory. Instead, the merchant purchases inventory as needed from a third party – usually a wholesaler or manufacturer – to fulfill orders.