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SureDone is a complete multichannel ecommerce solution, including the automotive and motorsports categories, that provides product information management, product listing to marketplaces and websites, inventory sync, and order consolidation.
SureDone has an automation engine to connect to distributors for inventory updates and dropshipping, and to connect to internal ERP and CRM systems. Their API allows the platform to be extended.
|Access Via||API, SaaS (Cloud Web App)|
|Amazon Sites||All Amazon Websites|
|Carriers||FedEx, UPS, USPS|
|eBay Sites||All eBay Websites, eBay Motors|
|Fulfillment||eBay Global Shipping, FBA|
|Other Marketplaces||Etsy, Jet, Walmart.com|
|Payment||Authorize.Net, PayPal, Stripe, Worldpay|
|Price Comparison||Google Shopping|
|Shipping Software||ShipRush, ShipStation, ShipWorks, SkuVault, Stamps.com|
|Shopping Carts||BigCommerce, Magento, Shopify|
|Starting at||Prices are based on a combination of GMV, SKUs, transactions, and needs such as automations or API integration.||Starting at $499/month.|
Multichannel management system SureDone has integrated with shipping API ShipEngine to provide enhanced shipping features to its users.
ShipEngine's logistics API integration enables SureDone users to build the delivery workflows they need to get orders to their customers in the fastest and most affordable ways possible. SureDone users will have access to a variety of APIs, allowing them to directly integrate with over 30 carriers, check shipping rates, validate delivery addresses, and provide branded, real-time tracking for their customers.
"Thanks to ShipEngine's shipping APIs, SureDone will have the opportunity to provide users with first-rate shipping services," said Jason Nadaf, CEO at SureDone. "We are confident that our partnership with ShipEngine will allow us to further exceed our users' expectations. Retailers will be better equipped to scale shipping—especially during the holidays when we typically see order volumes spike."
"SureDone is an exceptional e-commerce platform with a growing user base," said Tony Capasso, General Manager at ShipEngine. "We're excited to offer ShipEngine's APIs to their users so they can quickly solve their logistics problems and build the retail delivery experience that customers now demand."
Founded in 2012, SureDone allows e-commerce retailers to effortlessly sell products, manage inventory, fulfill orders, process shipping, and optimize pricing across multiple channels and marketplaces. Through the platform, sellers can scale their businesses and grow revenue.
Ecommerce management tool SureDone has integrated SEMA Data Co-Op's (SDC's) database of aftermarket auto parts into its multichannel platform.
Online automotive parts retailers who are members of the SEMA Data Co-Op (SDC) will have a robust solution for access to tens of millions of parts from over 500 different brands and manufacturers along with automated listing, inventory management, order management and drop shipping.
"Having increased access to quality data from a strategic ally like SEMA Data Co-Op is a great opportunity for our customers," said Chris Labatt-Simon, Executive Vice President at SureDone. "We have an incredible platform to help our customers automate product management, listing, inventory and orders, and this alliance gives our customers great data inside the platform to build on their revenue opportunities."
Automotive aftermarket parts retailers who want to list high quality, manufacturer updated data to marketplaces such as Amazon, eBay, Walmart and Jet now have access to SDC's immense database with the ability to easily list this data, including extensive information such as detailed descriptions and product fitment. SureDone will convert the ACES fitment data in SDC's database to the eBay fitment format, increasing the value of the content on eBay Motors. Phase Two is expected to include matching UPC values to Amazon ASINs and also eBay category matching.
"When our extensive data is made available through software like SureDone it increases the value of what we offer to our membership," said Jim Graven, Senior Director of Membership at the SEMA Data Co-op. "We are pleased to have created a strategic alliance with SureDone, and we are excited for our members to have an additional opportunity to automate their business and increase their sales and revenue."
Using SureDone's advanced automation engine and their numerous partnerships with warehouse distributors, SureDone's users will be able to list products from the SDC database, connect to distributors for the latest inventory levels, consolidate orders into a single interface and then automatically route them for fulfillment using SureDone's drop shipping module.
Ecommerce management tool SureDone has added support for Walmart-owned marketplace Jet.com.
"Jet.com is an important player in the e-commerce space - especially with Walmart's ownership," said Jason Nadaf, Founder and CEO of SureDone. "With Jet's huge investments in key urban areas such as San Francisco and New York City, and their focus on upscale shoppers, we are giving our users an opportunity to target specific geographic markets and customer segments."
The SureDone Jet.com interface is built on top of SureDone's advanced plug-in architecture, allowing users to leverage their existing investment in data, product information management, inventory control, order consolidation and data automation. In addition, SureDone's API has been extended to allow third party platforms, such as ERP or CRM systems, to fully integrate with the new Jet.com connection.
Jet.com attracts buyers to its platform in numerous ways, including discounts when multiple products are purchased, discounts for opting out of the ability to return products and the JetCash program to incentivize future purchases.
"Our users have asked for Jet and we've delivered," said Nadaf. "We continue to evolve a market leading multichannel e-commerce platform that is both customer driven and internally innovative, adding value to our customers by increasing access to more buyers while simultaneously decreasing their operational time investment."
Source: PR Newswire
Version 3.0 of marketplace management tool SureDone includes an enhanced order management system.
"We gathered hundreds of customer recommendations and combined them with our own industry expertise to create a next generation order management system," said Jason Nadaf, Founder and CEO of SureDone. "More than robust order management within our application, SureDone can now facilitate real time decisions for optimized fulfillment based on cost, time in transit, drop shipping rules, and more for intelligent automated commerce."
Among the new features is comprehensive drop shipping support. Orders may be automatically tagged with drop shipping attributes such as distributor name and costs, and purchase orders can be sent to a drop ship provider in a variety of formats. Tracking information can be automatically imported and sent to a marketplace - all without the need for seller interaction.
Other features include the ability to combine multiple orders to reduce shipping costs, order splitting, and support for multiple shipments per order so partial orders can be shipped or multiple destinations can be managed. With support for major shipping carriers, SureDone now prints shipping labels reducing the need for external software. Orders can be created and managed in bulk and SureDone will also support return and refund management shortly.
"Our new order management system is focused on providing massive gains in productivity through new features, process improvements and automation," said Chris Labatt-Simon, Executive Vice President at SureDone. "We can lower costs and time spent per order, yet still improve customer service levels for your buyers."
"These foundations will lay a backbone for the upcoming release of our machine learning based commerce engine," states Nadaf. "All of these components are designed to enable smarter and more efficient selling while decreasing costs and improving profitability."
Source: PR Newswire
Ecommerce management tool SureDone is now integrated with Amazon's marketplace in Australia.
"With the addition of Amazon Australia, SureDone continues to demonstrate its global marketplace support," said Jason Nadaf, CEO and Founder of SureDone. "We've helped sellers who may have once viewed Amazon Australia as an island – separate from the rest of their Amazon ecosystem – to now view it as a great opportunity to extend their reach and increase their sales."
Amazon launched their Amazon Australian marketplace in late 2017, started offering Amazon Prime to Australians in June of this year and has an Amazon FBA warehouse near Melbourne, Australia. Due to tax requirements of the Australian government, Amazon.com will not ship products internationally to Australia giving third party sellers an even greater opportunity to increase sales in this country by leveraging the Amazon FBA program – fully supported by SureDone's software.
"Within 6 months of launching, Amazon made it into the top 5 e-commerce marketplaces in Australia and it's continuing to grow," said Chris Labatt-Simon, Executive Vice President at SureDone. "Utilizing SureDone's multichannel e-commerce software, sellers can leverage this fast growth to rapidly increase their own revenues and customer base."
Marketplace management tool SureDone has joined Amazon's new Marketplace Developer Council and Appstore.
Membership in the Amazon Marketplace Developer Council gives SureDone a formal environment to provide feedback and recommendations on features that may be made available to businesses that sell on Amazon.
SureDone's listing on the Amazon Marketplace Appstore means that more businesses selling on Amazon will have access to SureDone's listing, inventory management and consolidated order management solutions. The Amazon Marketplace Appstore help businesses that sell on Amazon identify tools that will help them grow and expand their business on the Amazon website.
"Participating in the Amazon Marketplace Developer Council will ensure that SureDone customers have a voice in the evolution of the Amazon store," said Jason Nadaf, CEO of SureDone. "SureDone is a customer driven e-commerce platform and we'll be sure to communicate our customer's feedback while participating in the Council."
"Getting early access to new capabilities is a wonderful opportunity for our product team," said Patrick Landers, SureDone Product Manager. "It means we can test software changes sooner, release product versions in a more timely fashion and give immediate feedback to Amazon on implementation issues."
SureDone provides multichannel listing and inventory management with built-in connections to marketplaces such as eBay, Amazon, Walmart, and Jet, a highly flexible automation engine supporting the import and export of data in almost any format from and to almost any system.
Ecommerce management tool SureDone has enhanced its UI so sellers can easily connect their listings to eBay's new product catalog.
The update provides support for phase one of eBay's new "product-based shopping" format which was included in the eBay 2018 Spring Seller Update.
"We're excited to be one of the first companies to offer eBay's product based shopping experience within our platform," said Jason Nadaf, CEO and Founder of SureDone. "Being part of eBay's Developer Council with access to upcoming changes ensures our customers receive the latest eBay features very early in their release cycle."
eBay's product based shopping experience enables buyers to easily find merchandise that meets their search criteria and quickly decide which products they want to purchase. It consolidates similar listings into a unified view and lets the buyer prioritize what's important to them, such as price, condition or other criteria, making shopping the vast eBay catalog faster and easier. Phase one, released in May, only includes selected brands and products from the eBay catalog.
For sellers, product based shopping will require that listings be made with an identifier unique to each product. SureDone has enhanced its user interface to allow sellers to easily search eBay's catalog for the correct unique identifier and has also updated its bulk system to allow for the inclusion of this unique identifier. This has been further simplified with automatic lookups when a UPC or manufacturer part number has been provided.
Phase Two of the eBay product based shopping experience, expected to be released in August, will expand upon this foundation to include entire categories instead of specific products. eBay will also allow for the addition of new products and allow sellers to suggest edits on existing products. SureDone is already developing these enhancements and will make them available immediately following the eBay phase two rollout.
Marketplace management tool SureDone has added EDI integration with enterprise accounting software such as SAP, Oracle and Microsoft.
"Brands and manufacturers are seeking enterprise e-commerce platforms that support EDI in order to integrate with their existing business processes," said Chris Labatt-Simon, Executive Vice President at SureDone. "We've added this functionality to allow these companies to have an easier time extending their sales and fulfillment channels to include marketplaces such as eBay, Amazon and Walmart.com."
SureDone has directly integrated EDI functionality into its advanced automation engine. Product listing, inventory updates, orders and shipment tracking exchanges are currently supported, and leveraging a direct integration into the SureDone platform, as opposed to using a third party solution, has allowed SureDone to build a templating function into its EDI interface to support almost any kind of EDI form and format - including non-standard forms when necessary. This flexibility puts SureDone at the leading edge of the enterprise multichannel e-commerce marketspace.
"SureDone has always prided itself as being one of the most advanced enterprise listing and order management platforms on the market," said Jason Nadaf, SureDone CEO and Founder. "With the addition of our native EDI functionality we demonstrate that we don't just say we're an enterprise platform - we have the functionality to prove it."
Source: PR Newswire
Ecommerce management tool SureDone has announced a new integration with warehouse management software SkuVault.
SkuVault is designed to manage products using barcodes, supporting multiple bins, shelves, aisles, zones and warehouses. Quality control is improved by better tracking of items that are damaged or expired, and accurate inventory levels can be maintained.
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Multichannel software and services for enterprises and growing businesses
We're a complete multichannel e-commerce solution (including the automotive/motorsports category with multi-country fitment) that combines extensible software along with a suite of professional and managed services to support strategic and operational needs for enterprises, brands and growing businesses.
Our software provides listing, inventory, order and automation services. It combines a powerful user interface (driven by a customer accessible open API), comprehensive onboarding, excellent support, and curated services such as listing management, customer service and warehouse fulfillment.
We serve most verticals, and have specific capabilities integrated for the automotive and motorsports parts and accessories seller (such as fitment, kits and bundles and numerous catalog and vendor inventory and price automations).
Our software is enterprise ready, with the ability to support millions of SKUs, fast export and bulk import, an open API for integration with ERP, POS, CRM or other systems, and is multi-user. We also make dozens of data points about products, orders and fulfillment available via our API. SureDone, 15 December 2017