According to Forrester, over the next five years online sales are expected to grow by $401 billion.
Selling on Amazon's Seller Central can bring a lot of new order volume, but that new order volume can be overwhelming to manage without integrating your system and existing processes to seamlessly fulfill your orders.
Our product team kept busy in 2018, delivering many new features to our customers right at the start of 2019. With our recent release of our new portal, we’ve been taking an even closer look at our platform as a whole, while evaluating key features and building our road map based on user feedback. In an engaging conversation with my senior leadership and board members, I was challenged with the question, “Why Logicbroker…why would a retailer choose our platform over a competing solution?” The question really resonated with me, so over the course of an evening, I sat down and thought out a pretty thorough answer as to what makes Logicbroker different. Below, are my 15 (yes 15) favorite features that are unmatched by any competitor or internal custom-built solution:
As a preface, let’s review what an Integration Platform as a Service (iPaas) and a Data as a Service (DaaS) is. iPaaS can best be explained as a middleware product that helps businesses connect and integrate different business applications. The DaaS main product function is providing data in a qualitative manner; it's mainly about the user getting access to data in a simple and meaningful way. Being that both are from the Software as a Service (SaaS) world they both have the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), and you would not have to install any service. Across all verticals and company sizes, the challenges remain the same. When connecting any system or partner (i.e. supplier, brand, warehouse, retailer) there is a common goal - finding the sweet spot between providing the connection protocol, business workflow and providing an easy to use data structure.