Cloud retail platform provider integrates retail commerce solution to unify online and offline selling channels in one place
New York (NRF15 Booth #1121)--Jan. 11, 2015--Springboard Retail a cloud POS and retail management platform to help retailers sell more, and sell smarter, has announced an integration with Shopify, as online to offline capabilities continue to drive retail technology advancements. The integration provides Springboard customers the ability to automatically sync and manage inventory in both brick and mortar and eCommerce stores, increasing revenue and strategic buying initiatives.
Shopify is a commerce platform that allows anyone to easily sell online, at their retail location, and everywhere in between. With this integration, Springboard customers can now make all inventory available across all stores – online and off. Retail customers can compare website sales, instore sales, and customer activity - on and offline - in one single place instead of two.
“The integration of Shopify with the Springboard Retail platform will make our inventory management even easier, with the ability to instantly see online and offline sales in one place,” said Alex Nielsen, General Manager at Porter’s Craft & Frame, a Springboard customer. “Having all of our ecommerce and inventory data in one place makes our operations much more efficient, increasing the bottom line and saving us time, money and headaches.”
- Springboard customers will be able to easily and automatically manage online and offline inventory and sales information in one place, unifying such data for stronger operational efficiencies: compare website sales, instore sales, and online and offline customer activity
- Customers can increase revenue with deeper insights into what’s selling best, and where – online or off
- Customers can easily make all of their inventory available to sell online as well as off – increasing customer loyalty and improving customer service and sales
“The Shopify integration is the first in a line of several planned ecommerce capabilities for our customers,” said Gordon Russell, CEO, Springboard Retail. “Shopify enables retailers to quickly get up and running online - selling as seamlessly as one can in a physical store - and our retail management platform supports and extends that initiative. We enable automatic inventory sync, online and off, delivering unified reports and customer data insights necessary for long term success, and ultimately supporting Shopify’s mission to help users sell – and manage - anywhere.”
Supporting Resources and Links:
- Springboard on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpringboardRetail
- Springboard on Twitter: https://twitter.com/springboardup
- Shopify on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shopify
- Shopify on Twitter: https://twitter.com/shopify
About Springboard Retail
Springboard Retail is a cloud POS and retail management platform designed for retailers, by retailers. It’s built for multi-store, multi-channel retailers who need to service every customer the same way, no matter how or where they shop.
Using Springboard’s Mobile POS to reclaim valuable square footage and influence buying behavior at the point of decision, Springboard customers process $200 million annually across the United States. Springboard Retail gives retailers better control over sales and profitability by placing actionable real-time data in the hands of every person who needs it, from the C-suite to the store floor. With inventory management, unparalleled custom reporting, open APIs, and portability across platforms and devices, Springboard Retail is easy-to-use, quick-to-start and revered by its users for making their jobs easier.
Springboard Retail is based in Boston, Massachusetts. Follow us on Twitter @SpringboardUp.
Shopify is a commerce platform that allows anyone to easily sell online, at their retail location, and everywhere in between. Shopify offers a professional online storefront, a payment solution to accept credit cards, a point of sale system to power retail sales and a card reader to process credit card transactions through a mobile phone. Shopify currently powers over 120,000 retailers in 150 different countries, including: Tesla Motors, Gatorade, Google, Wikipedia, LA Lakers, CrossFit, and many more. Shopify was founded in 2006 and it has received $122 million in funding from OMERS Ventures, Insight Venture Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners, FirstMark Capital, Felicis Ventures, and Georgian Partners.
Visit www.shopify.com for more information.