WooCommerce Integrated Into New Multichannel Selling Platform

Inventory management solutions group Stitch Labs has found a way to be more e-commerce friendly with the integration of WordPress' popular e-commerce product, WooCommerce — a plug-in that powers more than 17 percent of all e-commerce sites.

The company's decision to bring on WooCommerce comes at a time when e-commerce sites are competing quicker, and bringing on the new plug-in will enable Stitch to provide its customer base more ways to sell online and at a quicker pace. Overall, Stitch's dashboard provides drill-down reports on sales, item quantities and channel performance. With Stitch and WooCommerce together, merchants can make quicker and more efficient business decisions. WooCommerce will help the company enhance its goals with merchants, making the process more seamless along the way.

"The faster we're able to expand to markets like WooCommerce, the more opportunity our customers have to sell more," said Brandon Levey, CEO of Stitch Labs. "We're very excited to increase the momentum of these integrations and provide customers the tools to confidently expand, build their own brand, or try new marketplaces."

The perks of adding WooCommerce are simple, said Stitch: save business owners time on an order and with inventory management workflow. Helping its customers have the ability to sell more at a quicker pace — like most merchant and inventory management solutions company — are top priorities for Stitch, the company said.

And it's paid off.

"Stitch has greatly changed the way I run my business," Meera Lee Patel, a small business owner and artist, said in a news release from the company. "With the addition of WooCommerce, I'm able to quickly manage multiple marketplaces while staying on top of my inventory and orders. Stitch is seamlessly taking care of all the behind-the-scenes work for me. Best of all, the added peace of mind has allowed me to focus on my artwork and the expansion of my sales channels."



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