Ecommerce Product Releases: June 1, 2020

TrueCommerce upgrades Pack & Ship. TrueCommerce, a commerce platform, announced an update to TrueCommerce Pack & Ship, a web-based service that offers multichannel merchants “ship any way you want” capability. An extension of the TrueCommerce Foundry platform, Pack & Ship allows suppliers and retailers to pack more accurately, find the lowest shipping rates, analyze fulfillment processes in real-time, and more.

An EDI Solution Spurs Growth for Cavender’s

“Where we see the biggest initial return on our TrueCommerce investment is through improved collaboration with our largest vendors. We’re now able to provide them with analytics that support their production and distribution planning and, ultimately, help ensure that we have the right products in the right places at the right times."

TrueCommerce Announces Pack & Ship 4.1 Version

“A volatile business environment calls for new approaches to shipping processes. We are noticing significant traffic hikes on our commerce networks with rapidly changing delivery patterns, and that has called for a serious Pack & Ship platform upgrade. Customers are reinventing their business strategies on the fly, and we have developed a new versatile version to adapt to those emerging business needs.”

What’s Changed: 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Multienterprise Supply Chain Business Networks

Solutions Review writer Anna Birna Turner analyzes 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Multienterprise Supply Chain Business Networks. The story notes:
"TrueCommerce offers deep expertise of retail and wholesale value chains and applications. This vendor received the highest user reference scores for sales process and usability, and customers highlighted its strong service expertise, product roadmap and vision, and overall cost satisfaction."

How Buddha Brands speeds up orders from Amazon

Buddha Brands, a brand manufacturer and marketer of out-of-the-ordinary nutritious snack foods—like Coconut Cocoa Keto protein bars and Sparkling Coconut Water with Pineapple—is taking a novel approach to processing orders from Amazon.com Inc. and other retailers.