SureDone Adds Jet.Com Integration to Its Multichannel e-Commerce Platform

SureDone continues to add marketplace leaders to its multichannel platform

SureDone has integrated the Jet.com, a Walmart company, marketplace into its leading multichannel listing and order management solution. The addition of Jet.com will put SureDone’s customer’s products in front of over 12 million additional unique monthly visitors, giving them the opportunity for increased sales and profits.

“Jet.com is an important player in the e-commerce space – especially with Walmart’s ownership,” said Jason Nadaf, Founder and CEO of SureDone. “With Jet’s huge investments in key urban areas such as San Francisco and New York City, and their focus on upscale shoppers, we are giving our users an opportunity to target specific geographic markets and customer segments.”

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The SureDone Jet.com interface is built on top of SureDone’s advanced plug-in architecture, allowing users to leverage their existing investment in data, product information management, inventory control, order consolidation and data automation. In addition, SureDone’s API has been extended to allow third party platforms, such as ERP or CRM systems, to fully integrate with the new Jet.com connection.

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Jet.com offers numerous unique value propositions that attracts buyers to its platform, including discounts based on packing and shipping when multiple products are purchased, the ability to offer discounts when buyers opt out of the ability to return products and their JetCash program to incentivize future purchases. These combine to create a great opportunity for seller expansion to the platform.

“Our users have asked for Jet and we’ve delivered,” said Nadaf. “We continue to evolve a market leading multichannel e-commerce platform that is both customer driven and internally innovative, adding value to our customers by increasing access to more buyers while simultaneously decreasing their operational time investment.”

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