Jagged Peak Unveils New Interface and Enhanced User Experience for EDGE eCommerce Platform

Jagged Peak Unveils New Interface and Enhanced User Experience for EDGE eCommerce Platform

Jagged Peak, Inc., a pioneer in eCommerce software and services, has announced the release of a new user interface (UI) for its flagship Order Management platform, EDGE. The modernized UI was designed to improve ease-of-use, enable personalization and provide mobility.

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Jagged Peak helps brands and retailers achieve their eCommerce ambitions through tailored technology solutions and a comprehensive portfolio of digital services and fulfillment solutions. The EDGE platform connects front-end and back-end systems for a complete, 360-degree, real-time view of all orders and inventory from every distribution channel. Improvements to the UI include:

  • Modernized look-and-feel with options to customize color themes based on user preference
  • Increased page width utilization improves the readability of reports and graphical elements
  • Consolidated side-menu for quicker, more effective navigation – hover or click selection options
  • Continued enhancements for responsive, mobile-friendly pages
  • Expansion of “JP Grid” – allows in-line editing of tables, custom table views that can be saved to the account profile, and scheduled reporting capabilities
  • Deployed Material Design for more consistent, engaging interface

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“Our goal was to both improve usability and enhance visualization within EDGE for a more intuitive and personalized user experience that increases productivity,” said Michael Mercier, CEO of Jagged Peak. “This is a continuing objective and just the first major phase of our UX/UI overhaul. Our product road map has many new exciting enhancements planned for future releases.”

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