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Visual Next integrates ecommerce suites for B2C customers
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Mar '18
Courtesy: Visual Next
Courtesy: Visual Next
Visual Next, the leading provider of End2End apparel business software, has announced a multitude of integrations of its ecommerce solution to several clients in the fashion, accessories, footwear, and uniform industries. Over the last six months, Visual Next has focused on integrating Visual ECOM to different clients with a variety of business needs.

Visual ECOM combines web development, inventory integration, marketing, shipping optimisation, and more to power B2C ecommerce platforms and marketplaces. The integration of these solutions results in seamless and automated business operations that reduce expenses, and offer high value and return on investment.

The new ecommerce platform integrations with Shopify, Magento, and WooCommerce is providing fashion companies an optimal solution to rapidly deploy a new online store and centralise operations. Visual Next’s webstore creation offers responsive themes, multi-currency, multilingual, multi-warehouse, and integrated discount rules.

The Visual ERP and Visual PLM integration ensures a seamless omni-channel experience, with real-time inventory, orders and payments processes. Visual Next’s direct carrier integration to UPS, Fedex, Canada Post, DHL, Royal Mail, and more, offers efficient shipping.

Charles Benoualid, Visual Next’s vice president of research and development said, “Visual Next has always strived to not only support our client’s business operations, but to streamline them with our suite of software applications. The fashion industry is changing rapidly. The increased competition in the market, especially with the rise of online shopping, presents many challenges but also many opportunities for growth. These opportunities can only be fully leveraged, however, if a company is equipped with the right tools.”

Visual Next’s director of integration services, Pascal Binette said, “Instead of toiling to re-key and converge data to and from multiple channels, Visual ECOM streamlines sales. This allows companies to export product information to multiple channels automatically and gain full visibility of inventory and available to sell products in real-time. Our clients can now confidently forecast sales, reduce sales cycles, and automate lead management.”

Several Visual Next clients have recently gone live with Visual ECOM integrations including, Smythe, Montelle Intimates, Hatley, Taylorbird, Lisette, and more. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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