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Allied Commerce, Provider of Sensible Automation Solutions for Medium to Large-Sized ECommerce Retailers, Announces Addition of Home Appliance Product Catalog to Their ECommerce Platform

SEATTLE, June 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Allied Commerce Inc., a Washington-based technology company, today announced the addition of a Home Appliance Product Catalog to their enterprise ECommerce platform. Since its introduction in 2010, the Allied Commerce™ platform has enabled resellers of Digital Content, Books, Information Technology products, Consumer Electronics and Professional Imaging products to automate the operation of their ECommerce solutions by leveraging an integrated set of applications to handle catalog management, product search, order management, payment processing, order fulfillment and inventory tracking.

The addition of the Home Appliance Product Catalog now brings tried-and-tested enterprise automation capabilities to ECommerce resellers who stock home appliance products. For a home appliance reseller, the process of putting together an ECommerce solution now becomes a matter of selecting a product data feed and then choosing the set of automated services they would like to deploy. A reseller can choose to deploy the full repertoire of services or they can select only those services needed to complement their existing ECommerce infrastructure.

In addition to rapidly deploying a ready-to-go product feed for Home Appliances that includes product attributes, technical specifications, distributor pricing, images & rich media content, cross-sell and up-sell linking, the reseller is also able to add custom products to the catalog and define custom pricing and inventory rules for some or all of the products in the catalog.

By employing a Software as a Service (SaaS) delivery model, the applications that make up the Allied Commerce platform can be deployed rapidly and also be scaled dynamically to respond to changing demands. The Allied Commerce emphasis on sensible automation is coupled with detailed monitoring and reporting functionality to provide real-time insight into all aspects of an Ecommerce operation.

With the release of the Home Appliance Product Catalog in the second quarter of 2013, Allied Commerce is on track to release additional catalogs in the fourth quarter of 2013, to include Telecommunication products, Office Machines, and Furniture product catalogs. Also slated for release in the fourth quarter of 2013 is the www.alliedcommerce.mobi website that will feature a set of mobile apps that will bring native user experience to shoppers who primarily use mobile devices for online shopping.

About Allied Commerce™  
Allied Commerce Inc., a Washington State corporation, is a provider of ECommerce automation solutions geared towards medium to large ECommerce resellers. The integrated set of applications that make up the Allied Commerce platform can be leveraged individually or as a whole to produce a best-in-class solution that can be easily configured to adapt to changing business requirements. At Allied Commerce, we believe that resellers should be able to put together a robust ECommerce solution that suits their specific requirements, rather than have to adapt their business to operate within a rigid framework. For more information about the Allied Commerce Platform, please visit www.alliedcommerce.biz.

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Allied Commerce Inc.
Office: (425) 999-8944
Fax: (425) 984-0187
Website: www.alliedcommerce.biz

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