Tradebyte today announced that it has become a Demandware LINK Technology Partner, joining a best-of-breed community committed to accelerating the adoption of innovative commerce technologies that are complementary to the Demandware® Commerce Cloud. Through the LINK Technology Partner Program, Tradebyte has developed a pre-built integration between the SaaS solution TB.One and Demandware Commerce, making it possible for Demandware clients to implement its Marketplace PIM & OMS solution in a fraction of the time normally required.
With more than 50 channels, such as Amazon, eBay, Otto and Zalando, and more than 2,000 channel integrations, Tradebyte is one of the leading providers for marketplace and platform solutions within Europe. The brand-new Demandware cartridge enables clients to open up new sales channels in addition to the existing own shops within a few weeks.
“We are pleased to have Tradebyte as part of the Demandware LINK Partner Ecosystem,” stated Tom Griffin, senior vice president of corporate development at Demandware. “Tradebyte provides a flexible, scalable PIM/OMS solution that can help our clients create new opportunities.”
The Demandware LINK Technology Partner Program provides Demandware clients with a rich of set of pre-built integrations to cutting-edge commerce technologies and applications that can unlock revenue generating opportunities and enhance the brand experience. By reducing the cost and complexity of integrations, Demandware LINK allows retailers to adopt innovative third party technologies quickly and cost-effectively, allowing them to accelerate time to market and realize a faster return on their investment.
“We believe the philosophies of Demandware and Tradebyte are quite similar. It starts with the concept of cloud-based, highly-scalable solutions, goes beyond the focus on growth of success and sales of customers to an enterprise focused organization, to further advance the B2C success of brands and retailers,” explains Tradebyte Managing Director Matthias Schulte. “We therefore feel very comfortable in the Demandware ecosystem and look forward to working together.”
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