Saleswarp Launching Cloud Version Of Software With Beta Release
Cloud solution will help small to emerging retailers grow quicker by streamlining operations
SALESWARP, a provider of eCommerce software, announced the beta release of their newest product, SalesWarp SPARK™, a cloud version of its Enterprise-level eCommerce management software. By utilizing this new cloud solution, emerging retailers will now be able to accelerate sales, increase efficiencies and reduce operating costs with a low initial investment and unlimited scalability for their eCommerce business.
“SalesWarp SPARK will provide emerging retailers with the system and tools needed to rapidly grow their online business,” says David Potts, CEO and Founder of SalesWarp. “We are very excited to offer an affordable cloud version of our flagship product, SalesWarp ENTERPRISE, helping retailers of all sizes eliminate the pains of managing manual processes and multiple eCommerce technologies.”
SalesWarp SPARK helps small retailers address many of the operational challenges associated with managing an eCommerce business. This includes end-to-end order and fulfillment management; centralized product information management; customer management complete with tickets, RMAs, refunds and order history; real-time inventory management; integrated warehouse and shipping management; Magento, eBay and Amazon integration; plus, an easy-to-use interface and robust dashboard that provides a simplified snapshot of the entire eCommerce business.
As part of this beta launch, a selected set of beta users will receive a FREE 90-day trial of SalesWarp SPARK and will automatically become a member of the SalesWarp “League of Extraordinary Retailers”. League members will have the opportunity to vote on new features in the SalesWarp SPARK roadmap and provide input directly to the SalesWarp Spark Product Team. “With the formation of the League, we expect SalesWarp SPARK to evolve rapidly as we tackle emerging trends and the immediate needs of these retailers. This will allow us to bring new, market-tested features to the platform and deliver them to the market faster,” says Potts.