HULFT Introduces Ecommerce Service, Summer ‘21 Edition

Company adds significant functionality including the new Automated Data Pipeline to improve accuracy and profitability of ecommerce operations

HULFT, Inc., the global data integration leader, announced HULFT Ecommerce Summer ’21 Edition, a significant update to its ecommerce service that helps retailers, resellers and manufacturers automate the flow of data they need to manage their dashboards, KPIs and overall profitability.

“The ecommerce industry grew a historic 39% last year. This means sellers do not have time to sit still, or deal with manual data management of any kind”

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The new edition adds 11 new features including the Automated Data Pipeline. It leverages AI- and ML-powered data retrieval techniques that gather all formats of marketplace data from hundreds of marketplaces and ecommerce partners such as Amazon, Big Commerce, ClickUp, eBay, Etsy, Fictiv, Mercari, Rakuten, Shopify, SkuVault or Walmart, and drops them into the user’s spreadsheet or dashboard of their choice.

“No matter if they have $5 million or $500 million in revenue, all of HULFT’s ecommerce customers manage their business on a spreadsheet or through a SaaS software subscription that requires manual data retrieval and downloading into their dashboard,” said Keith Sheridan, Chief Solutions Architect of HULFT. “This manual effort takes up 25-75% of their day and leads to costly errors. HULFT automates ecommerce data integration so that our customers can scale their operations and dashboards, no matter how much they grow or change.”

While there are dozens of SaaS-based ecommerce business management subscriptions available, ecommerce seller businesses are too diverse for there to be a one-size-fits-all solution. A typical seller will need up to 10 subscriptions and lots of manual work to retrieve and integrate the essential sources of data they need to run the unique dimensions of their business. HULFT is the only software company that can automate all data access and deliver it to the customer’s dashboard.

The HULFT Ecommerce Summer ‘21 Edition data integration features enable companies to:

  • Better manage marketplace expenses and ROIs on PPC advertising.
  • Monitor and respond to changes in seller ratings.
  • Automatically route dropship orders to suppliers.
  • Track and manage orders across all sales channels from one central location.
  • Create notifications and triggers for any type of alert including out-of-stocks, low inventory or price drops.
  • Easily process returns, refunds and exchanges for retail and wholesale orders.
  • Create a historical database that goes beyond the typical 60- or 90-days of history that marketplace partners offer, so vendors always know their history, from day one.
  • Manage multiple warehouses, FBA, MCF, SFP, and other fulfillment options.
  • Get access to or integrate with virtually any ERP, supply chain, warehouse or manufacturing system including Acumatica, Epicor, Infor, IQMS, Manhattan Associates, MS Dynamics, Oracle, QAD and Quickbooks.

These capabilities are just the beginning of what HULFT Ecommerce can do. The company’s team of dedicated engineers are adding features weekly to help ecommerce customers of all sizes stay on top of the data they need to be successful. “The ecommerce industry grew a historic 39% last year. This means sellers do not have time to sit still, or deal with manual data management of any kind,” said Dmitry Dukhan, Director of Ecommerce at HULFT. “This is a time to establish competitive advantage through digital automation.”

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