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Pretr unveils Pretr Exchange online ecosystem for retail
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Sep '16
Courtesy: Pretr
Courtesy: Pretr
Pretr, India's first omni-channel marketplace, has unveiled Pretr Exchange (PretrX), a platform that unifies ecosystem for malls, retailers, and brands to co-create innovative experiences that remove friction from physical commerce. PretrX was unveiled at India Retail Forum 2016, held on September 21 to 22, 2016 at Renaissance Hotel, Mumbai.

PretrX is an attempt to consolidate all the learning, innovations, technology and experience as country's first omnichannel marketplace over a single platform. It is a one-point plug to enable technologies like – online & instore apps, commerce engine, scan engine, middleware, allocation logics, order management tools, analytics, integrations and data exchange and fulfilment options such as reserve online and pickup from stores, same day delivery from store, midnight delivery, delivery from malls, curbing side pickups, return to stores, integration and concierge of deliveries .

The app gives periodic updates, product information, technical and administrative support, integrated marketing, system integration, customer care, training, to the store owners as well. They have all major ERPs, POS, CRMs and loyalty platforms and payments across multiple retails partners and affiliates.

PretrX also provides “Zero Operations Commitment” where one does not have to worry about product information, periodic updates, technical and administrative support, system integration, integrated marketing, brand support, customer care, and training. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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