Keep inventory data in sync across all your systems and locations so you know what’s Available to Sell.
Show customers what’s in stock at their local store, and when they can get it.
Let customer service staff see detailed order status and edit orders directly in Salesforce Service Cloud so you can close calls faster.
The micro frontend architecture, and rules-based workflows let teams work in parallel so you can deliver business value faster.
A cloud-native microservices architecture lets you maintain less, innovate quickly, and reduce your total cost of ownership.
Support for multiple API patterns (REST, GraphQL, Webhooks, synchronous, asynchronous, etc.) provides the flexibility you need to integrate faster.
Get accurate inventory to help reduce out of stocks, and increase trust in your stock availability.
Reduce canceled orders and customer disappointment.
Integrate accurate inventory with your ad platform to reduce wasted spend on ads for products that aren’t in stock.
Keep inventory in sync in near real time to reduce customer disappointment.
Add new digital channels, new fulfillment offerings, more fulfillment locations, or expand to new regions… faster.
Show customers an accurate view of what’s in stock and how and when they can get it.
Keep inventory in sync in near real time to increase your on-time in full delivery rate.
Optimize fulfillment logic to reduce transportation costs.
Use advanced sourcing logic to continually optimize fulfillment operations.
Increased inventory accuracy means less canceled orders and associated support calls.
Empower your team with detailed order status information so they can resolve support calls faster.
With headless integration (optional) your team can manage orders from within your existing systems to reduce training and call resolution time.
Show customers what’s in stock, and provide the online order pickup options that increase store visits and revenue.
Craft the pick and pack strategy that best fits your store footprint, and reduce printing needs.
Control how many orders are sent to each store to prevent bottlenecks and customer disappointment.