eCommerce is not just about buying and selling products online. It also entails the different operations e-retailers carry out to run their business. One of those tedious tasks is to synchronize stock across the various shopping platforms they are using to sell their products.

E-retailers need to manage their inventory and update stock when required on all the shopping platforms to keep customers coming. Software like inventory management, multichannel systems, and ERP help e-retailers manage their inventory. However, these software need access to data on different shopping platforms to synchronize stock and help the store owners keep their inventory up-to-date.


Staying competitive on the market, if you’ve already got your data feed management (DFM) solution there, or becoming competitive in case you’re working on creating the DFM service is tough. Aside from developing the technical side of the software, you’ve got to focus on its marketing side. To put it clearly, you need to know what your potential customers expect from your solution, and how it is going to help in their everyday routine.

The whole point is, packing your DFM service with features isn’t the road to success. In most cases, your customers-to-be don’t have the time, desire, and…


As an eCommerce software developer, you want to serve your customers and offer them outstanding services properly. For that, you need first to understand the importance of marketplace APIs and then become aware of choosing the best API for your needs.

In simple terms, an API is an intermediary system that allows two applications to communicate with each other and exchange information. You can use the API to streamline processes and operations, automate repetitive tasks, and gain unobstructed access to vital data.

Basically, a marketplace API gives you access to your customers’ data related to products, orders, shipments, baskets, and…


Online customers are deprived of the opportunity to examine and try on the products presented in online shops. To compensate it, merchants create product catalogs to provide visitors with a detailed presentation about the goods they sell. Also, merchants spread product catalogs across the sales channels, which helps them expand the market share and enhance the discoverability of the products they sell.

Catalog creating is quite a laborious process. There is a special software designed to help retailers to manage product data and create beautiful catalogs automatically. Product catalog software offers its users various tools and templates which help to…


As an eCommerce software developer or technical director, you need to constantly improve your skills and get better at what you do. With such fierce competition in the market, improving your skills can give you an edge over other players and help your company become more successful.

Due to the rapid pace of innovation, you as a technician might find it challenging to keep your knowledge up to date. However, there are many tips and tools on the market that can help you improve your efficiency and your software-related work.

To make things easier for you, we’ve composed a list…


The eCommerce sphere experiences a new challenge every day. Running eCommerce operations or maintaining online business continuity can be a challenging task. However, multifaceted technology keeps providing the right solutions to business problems.

The advent of automated eCommerce operations using various software and applications has developed many online businesses, leading them to high returns.

The concepts of API and eCommerce API integration truly serve the purpose of automation and productivity, allowing eCommerce companies and software vendors to excel in their respective roles.

Read on to dive deep into the world of API integration and its essence in the eCommerce sphere.

What is an API?


eCommerce software providers spend a lot of time, effort, and resources finding new ways to reach their target audience and expand their businesses. This is certainly not an easy task, especially as the competition in the software market is growing by the day.

That’s exactly why you, as an eCommerce software provider, need to find new ways to boost your profits and outsmart your competitors. One of the best ways to achieve that is by benefitting from BigCommerce integration.

Whether you are shipping, warehouse, marketing automation, order, inventory, dropshipping automation, or any other type of B2B software vendor, integrating your…


As an eCommerce software provider, you need to leverage the latest eCommerce software development trends for your business and ramp up your brand across numerous verticals. Additionally, it is important for you to boost your B2B eCommerce sales and demonstrate the value of your solution by gaining access to a larger market share.

To make your eCommerce software business wildly successful in 2021 and beyond, it is mandatory to become aware of certain tips and best practices. …


Software providers in the retail industry need to utilize the best tools in their “arsenal” to offer all of their service capabilities to e-shop owners and outperform their competitors. Dropshipping solutions that want to thrive have a guaranteed way to overcome obstacles and get ahead of the competition: developing integration with eCommerce platforms.

As a dropshipping software, it’s essential to realize that your business is highly dependent upon integrations with multiple eCommerce platforms. …


In the vast eCommerce landscape, working with orders is a critical operation for software business owners targeting the eCommerce store owners’ market. Such solutions as dropshipping automation, shipping management, multichannel software need to gain unrestricted access to e-store data to perform their core functionalities.

Today, there are a vast number of eCommerce platforms used by sellers from all over the globe. As a B2B software vendor, you need to connect with the most important ones to access data related to orders, prices, shipping details, taxes, and other info. …

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