Multichannel ecommerce system Solid Commerce has added support for the Jet.com marketplace.
Solid Commerce's integration with Jet allows online retailers to reach Jet's growing base of younger, affluent shoppers drawn by Jet's innovative "Prices Drop as You Shop" feature and Jet's large variety of products ranging from fashion, electronics to home goods and other categories.
Using the Solid Commerce platform, online retailers can their expand product catalog from their web site onto Jet and synchronize their inventory and orders across multiple eCommerce channels such as Walmart, Amazon, eBay and 30+ others. With direct integrations into UPS, FedEx and US postal providers such as Shipping Easy, Solid Commerce's platform also provides Jet sellers with complete shipping management capabilities.
Eran Pick, CEO of Solid Commerce, said, "While a number of platforms can only perform certain functions of the sales process on Jet, Solid Commerce's unified platform offers the full range of listing, inventory & order management as well as full shipping functionality, creating a more streamlined eCommerce operation for online retailers. Our goal is to enable merchants to sell more and save time doing so."
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Multichannel management system Solid Commerce handled more than $1.5 billion of sales through its system in 2016.
"For companies seeking to sell on Amazon, Walmart and other marketplaces, our platform is unique because it's truly an all-in-one solution," said Eran Pick, CEO of Solid Commerce. "The fact that we have surpassed $1.5 billion of orders managed speaks to the speed with which retailers are rushing to sell online."
The Solid Commerce platform provides listing, repricing, shipping, inventory and order management functionality for companies selling on Amazon, Walmart, Jet, Shopify, Magento and more than 15 other marketplaces and shopping carts. The company has seen increased demand for its solutions as more brick-and-mortar retailers shift their sales online.
Aaron Goldberg of Cover Shield, a Solid Commerce customer, said: "Having a single platform to manage multiple functions across multiple channels is a huge multiplier for our business. When selling on multiple channels, having a single platform for listing, pricing & shipping enables us to save time & grow our sales."
The Solid Commerce platform integrates with many major marketplaces, shopping carts and shipping carriers. The Company is based in Marina Del Rey, California with additional offices in Hong Kong and Tel Aviv.
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The seven Certified Providers under the new program are:
eBay's Vice President of Merchant Development John Strosahl said, "At eBay, we're committed to helping our sellers be successful. Through this program, we’re continuing to invest in our trusted Marketplace by bringing new proven merchants onboard. We’re thrilled that Ally Commerce, eSellerPro, Kadro, Mercent, Monsoon Commerce, Shopping Feed and Solid Commerce have joined our enhanced Certified Provider Program. Each of these providers will be arming new merchants with the tools and coaching them how to quickly grow their eBay business."
The new program will be fully rolled out next year.
The Sellers' Conference for Online Entrepreneurs (SCOE) will be held from May 30 - June 1, 2013, at the Seattle Airport Marriott Hotel.
The conference is particularly focused on Amazon sellers, with sessions on Amazon Web Services, Sponsored Products and Webstores and product category focus groups.
Suppliers profiled on Web Retailer sponsoring the conference include Indaba, FillZ, Kabbage, Monsoon, Outright, ReplyManager, Seller AppVantage, SellerEngine, ShipRush, ShipStation, ShipWorks and Solid Commerce.