In light of its second anniversary, TradeGecko —a Singapore-based cloud inventory and order management provider—recently made improvements to its supply chain management platform.
The platform will introduce a revamped website and a new pricing scheme with increased customisability, as well as feature more sales channels.
Its full multi-channel e-commerce functionality will make it easier for businesses to operate multiple stores across supported platforms. Users will be able to integrate multiple Shopify, WooCommerce, Magento and Amazon accounts to one TradeGecko account. Data from the different channels and accounts can then be easily consolidated and viewed from a single dashboard.
Moreover, the refreshed TradeGecko platform can be integrated with accounting software QuickBooks online. This reduces the time spent on manually entering accounting figures and eliminates the occurrence of human errors.
TradeGecko can also be integrated with e-commerce platform Bigcommerce. By doing so, an organisation's inventory will be seamlessly synced to its e-commerce store to ensure that its stock levels are always up-to-date.
Cameron Priest, CEO and co-founder of TradeGecko, hopes that the improvements will help the company achieve an exponential growth in 2015. Last year, the company reported over 1100 percent year-on-year growth, based on internal monthly and annual revenue figures. "These improvements will continue making the lives better for not only all our existing customers but also the next 10,000 new users," said Priest.
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