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2015 Ecomdash Product Development Roadmap

 

Ecomdash Omnichannel Software Road Map

We experienced a lot of growth in 2014 with new marketplace integrations, point-of-sale system implementations and were even nominated and selected as finalists for two prestigious technology innovation awards. This year, our agile-development roadmap is aimed at bettering our suite-of-software and offering new integrations to help you continue to increase efficiencies, sell more, and grow faster.

In the first half of 2015, ecomdash plans to focus on expanding our listing tool to be compatible with all of our current integrations. Today, our listing tool works with Amazon and eBay. This year, we plan to add that same product list-for-sale functionality to include the following marketplaces and ecommerce website platforms:

  • Marketplaces – Etsy, Sears, Newegg, GunBroker.com and Rakuten.com
  • Shopping Carts – Shopify, Bigcommerce, Magento, 3dCart, and Zen Cart

Also in the first half of 2015, we plan to further enhance our reporting module as a truly robust tool to help you better manage your business.

After that, likely during the second half of the year, ecomdash will focus on shipping improvements and additional shipping carrier options.

We base our product roadmap priorities and decision-making on the direct needs and requests of our customers and our future customers. Be sure to keep us in the loop on multi-channel ecommerce needs that are not currently being addressed in our industry. For a look at what we did in 2014, check out our list of integrated partners or browse our archive of updated features listed below in recommended posts.

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Tiana Byers

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  2. Amir

    WooCommerce is one of the most widely used self-hosted WordPress eCommerce today. I am very surprised to see that it is not yet supported nor it is even mentioned in your 2015 roadmap!

    I for one, will be able to sell your services to my clients if it had support for wooCommerce today or in a near future.

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      Tiana Byers

      Hey Amir,

      Thanks for your comment! WooCommerce has been on our radar for some time. The product roadmap is our commitment to development; however we work in an agile environment where customer and market feedback is imperative and plays a significant role in our decision-making…so we really appreciate your thoughts, and will keep your suggestion in mind.

      If you’d like to stay abreast of updates we make throughout the year, please feel free to sign up for our Innovation Bulletin by entering your email on our home page. You’re also welcome to contact us with any questions!

      Thanks Amir!
      Tiana

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          Tiana Byers

          Hey Ronald! We plan to integrate with Woocommerce in mid 2016. Wish we had that integration for you now. Would you like to be added to our email list, so that we can keep in touch regarding product and integration updates?

          Thanks Ronald!
          Tiana

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