AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Ordoro, the leading inventory and shipping management ecommerce app, has partnered with point-of-sale (POS) provider Square to support multichannel merchants' offline sales.
With the growth of ecommerce, the consumer purchase process has become more of a multichannel one. Customers research products on their phones, view reviews on their tablets, and pay offline and online. As a result, online merchants are having to make their businesses increasingly multichannel - with point-of-sale channels like Square becoming an option.
Ordoro's backoffice capabilities combined with Square's presence in the POS space make it an attractive integration for multichannel retailers. The process works like any other sales channel. Merchants can sell at a small brick and mortar store, or at the local craft fair, and Square relays the order data to Ordoro, ensuring that merchants' backoffices stay in line and organized along with their other integrated storefronts.
"Our app is all about making it easy for merchants to sell and fulfill across multiple channels," says Jagath Narayan, CEO of Ordoro. "If they want to sell offline, they can easily do so using the Square point-of-sale system without worrying about the added hassle of handling order information. Ordoro automatically pulls the order information from Square POS and updates the inventory status across all sales channels."
Ordoro is an ecommerce software app tackling the unsexy but essential function of supply chain and order management. With an open API and integrations with all major marketplaces and shopping-cart platforms, Ordoro helps merchants streamline their shipping and inventory management across all their sales channels so they can focus on growing their business, rather than maintaining it. Ordoro offers tools to monitor inventory levels, manage supplier relations, bundle products and reduce shipping costs.