Wednesday, October 23, 2013

GoECart Selected 2013 Tech Company to Watch by the Connecticut Technology Council

GoECart, a leading provider of fully integrated on-demand eCommerce solutions, has been selected as the 2013 Tech Company to Watch by the Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) and will be among the featured companies at the 7th Annual Connecticut Innovation Summit taking place Thursday, November 7, 1013 at Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, CT.

The CTC presents the Connecticut Innovation Summit as the ultimate gathering of entrepreneurship and growth in the state, where attendees can be surrounded with the best and brightest minds the region has to offer and meet with collaborators, mentors, and talent. Now in its seventh year, the Summit recognizes Tech Companies to Watch, celebrating the most promising companies of 2013.

"We are very pleased that the Connecticut Technology Council named us a 2013 Tech Company to Watch. This has been an exciting year for GoECart, with many successes to be celebrated," said Manish Chowdhary, GoECart's CEO. "The CTC award recognizes GoECart's commitment to delivering the best digital commerce solutions possible."

GoECart 360 provides multichannel merchants all the tools needed to run an online business, including:

  • All-in-One Ecommerce — A fully integrated ecommerce platform, order management, inventory management, and CRM solution for online retailers.
  • Amazon and eBay Integration — Merchants can automatically stream product inventory to these sites and orders synch up seamlessly with GoECart.
  • Multi-Site Capabilities — Multiple branded sites and microsites can be used to boost SEO and cater to multiple markets and audiences, such as B2B, B2C, and International.
  • Advanced Personalization — Personalization engine leverages Adobe Scene7 so retailers can offer highly customized products (e.g. engraving, monogramming, etc.).
  • Full Sales Tax Compliance Ready — GoECart certification with market leader Avalara AvaTax gives merchants end-to-end sales tax compliance ahead of the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013.
  • Distributed Web-based Order and Inventory Management — Merchants can use the built-in distributed order management system for picking, packing, shipping, drop-shipping and receiving orders and inventory, including bar-coding automation without need for expensive third-party systems.
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