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Circle Commerce provides a back-end order management solution for small/mid-size businesses to enterprise level corporations.
Circle Commerce Manager (CCM) provides merchants with a complete set of OMS modules, including a full accounting suite, warehouse and inventory management, CRM, and product information management, as well as full shipping and selling channel integration.
CCM is an adaptable and fully customizable system, and can interface to virtually any ecommerce platform.
Canada, United States
|Platforms||Linux Software, Windows Software|
|Other Marketplaces||Overstock Shopping, Sears.com Marketplace|
|Shopping Carts||Magento, MarketLive|
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The Supplier Says
Highly adaptable order management software
Circle Commerce Manager (CCM) is the most complete package in the order management systems market and includes modules that other packages lack, such as accounting, forecasting, strong WMS functionality, and PIM for multi-channel merchants. However, what truly sets CCM apart is its ability to be customized.
Circle Commerce Manager is the most adaptable and customizable order management software available, due to our design, personnel, and business process. We can effectively adapt virtually any part of our system, and do it cost effectively, while retaining the full ability to upgrade, and with full support of all specific functions within the system.
Furthermore, our integration expertise is unparalleled, as we integrate to shippers, payment processors, email providers, fraud detection providers, marketing/data analysis partners, and of course, additional shopping channels – and can readily integrate to almost anything, based on the needs of our customers.
Circle Commerce Manager's embedded database and excellent software design provide a compact and lightweight environment that readily runs in any infrastructure choice that suits your needs (on premise, co-lo/hosted, private cloud), and delivers remarkable performance with near-zero maintenance. Circle Commerce, 4 August 2015