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New Cin7 App Store

New Cin7 App Store Fast Tracks Implementation of Comprehensive Supply Chain Management

Users "click-and-connect" with 120+ eCommerce, retail, 3PL and other integrations

AUCKLAND, May 24, 2017 -- Cin7, a world leader in cloud-based inventory management, has announced the launch of the Cin7 App Store, allowing customers to quickly and easily set up and scale-up Cin7 to suit their business needs.

The world's most integrated inventory management solution now offers this comprehensive resource for access to a multitude of supply chain solutions the user may require.

The Cin7 App Store is a centralized, easy-to-navigate catalogue of the Cin7 core production, warehouse, POS and B2B capabilities plus 120-plus integrations to the popular accounting solutions, eCommerce platforms and marketplaces, retailers, logistics and shipping providers, and sales, marketing and payments applications that businesses use to efficiently sell their products.

"Cin7 gives our customers integrated control over inventory management across their entire business, so it is itself a very powerful solution," says Cin7 Founder and Chief Architect Danny Ing. "The App Store takes the complexity out of further implementing Cin7 to give customers even more time to focus on their core business."

With other inventory management software, customers may spend hours dealing with multiple vendor support teams to integrate third-party solutions, services, and trading partnerships. For EDI connections to big-box retailers, the process can take months. The Cin7 App Store lets users "click-and-connect" to activate the Cin7 integrations in minutes to seamlessly implement a real-time, full-view inventory and supply chain management solution.

"This is one of the most significant upgrades Cin7 has made to the solution," says Ing. "We've invested significantly in the last 18 months building capabilities, adding integrations and improving the back-end. Now we're making it even easier for our customers to seamlessly tap into and amplify the Cin7 solution."

The Cin7 App Store is organized by integration type, including its core modules, 3PL providers, accounting software such as Quickbooks Online, marketplaces like Amazon, retailers including Nordstrom and much more. Ease-of-use features include:

• Clean, navigable interface

• Fast, "click-and-connect" user implementation to easily set up and scale as business grows

• Workflow charts and descriptions of each integration and how it works with Cin7

• Easy access to in-depth help and technical documentation

• Integration dashboards for subscribers to monitor connection status and sales activity

Cin7 gives customers actual stock levels and costs in real-time as they sell their products through their online and brick-and-mortar sales channels and as they fulfill orders from their warehouse and 3PL partners. The Cin7 App Store makes it easy to extend that power to however they sell, store and ship their products.

For more information on the Cin7 integrated inventory management solution, visit

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