|By PR Newswire||
|September 22, 2016 01:13 PM EDT|
SEATTLE, Sept. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Cin7, a leading innovator in integrated, cloud-based inventory management, has announced its official launch into the United States market. The New Zealand-based firm has developed the most highly integrated inventory management solution, with "baked in" capabilities for EDI, 3PL, POS and ecommerce functions, among others. It also recently announced important updates for its integration with QuickBooks Online by Intuit.
The U.S. initiative comes on the heels of very positive response to the Cin7 solution and strong anticipated growth opportunities. Much of the demand for a cloud-based, SaaS solution has derived from a proliferation of mid-tier, multichannel companies needing a single system that seamlessly integrates those channels and all key applications.
"We are excited to be moving aggressively into the dynamic United States market," said Danny Ing, Cin7 Founder and Chief Technology Officer. "There is a very significant segment of companies that desperately need an integrated solution like Cin7 in order to support and sustain their growth as technologies and customer demands continue to rapidly evolve. We have worked hard to develop an innovative approach as the world's most integrated inventory management solution."
Cin7 is growing its customer base globally, with several located in the U.S. market which is expected to ramp up quickly over the next six months. In addition, Cin7 has established fully automated integrations with Nordstrom, all Amazon platforms, Wayfair and Cosco with many to come in the months ahead.
The company sees a clear path to bringing a disruptive solution to meet the requirements of mid-tier users. Many of these potential users are relying on spreadsheets, a hodge-podge of software or an entry-level system they have simply outgrown. Alternatively, a full-blown ERP system would be overkill for these companies with unnecessary cost and complexity.
By seamlessly integrating inventory management and related functions, Cin7 eliminates the time, hassle and cost involved in utilizing third-party sources or middleware. In fact, it was the first in the world to fully integrate EDI and 3PL functionality into the inventory platform, eliminating the need for costly value-added networks and web forms.
Cin7 is highly robust, yet very user-friendly with a clear and attractive user interface. Additional features include promotions, B2B/wholesale, real-time/mobile stock tracking, multiple fulfillment points, smart reordering, production job management, support for light manufacturing, date mining and smart reporting.
The company has opened a new office in Seattle as its U.S headquarters.
For more information on the Cin7 integrated inventory management solution, visit www.cin7.com.
Cin7, the world's most integrated inventory solution, is an all-in-one, cloud-based solution with fully integrated inventory management, POS, EDI and 3PL functions in a single system. Designed for mid-tier, multi-channel companies seeking to replace management via spreadsheet, patched-together applications or outgrown IMS resources and avoid the high cost and complex integration of a full ERP system. Cin7 is "Connected Inventory" that bridges the gap between suppliers and sales channels to give end-to-end visibility of the supply chain. Headquartered in Aukland, New Zealand, Cin7 also has offices in the United States and the United Kingdom. To learn more, visit www.cin7.com.
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