Accelerate Your Order Management with Fluent Commerce
Kibo Order Management and Fluent Order Management are both cloud-native, scalable, API-first platforms. But there are several differences making Fluent the clear choice over Kibo for your order management needs.
Truly inventory aware
Get an accurate view of near real-time inventory across all systems and locations
Control what is Available to Promise in each channel, market or region
Process inventory updates at scale
Show accurate inventory before the buy button to reduce overselling and underselling
Easy to adapt and extend to fit your business
Low-code tools to configure UIs and adapt common Workflows
Add or remove steps in a process
Add new UI components or user actions
Create components to display third party data
Powerful SDKs (Software Development Kits) with GraphQL and REST APIs for deep extension and integration
Global team, global experience
Time-tested success across borders, continents, languages, industries
Templates to replicate common procedures while adapting to local needs
Dozens of partners trained to implement Fluent Order Management globally
Solely focused on your order management needs
100% of R&D goes to order management
Built for a best-in-class approach to future-proof your commerce stack
Request a demo to learn why major and growing brands are switching to Fluent. Let’s talk about your needs, and how Fluent can help you sell more and keep your customers happier.
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