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Woo Woo! Now You Can Manage WooCommerce Inventory with Stitch

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We’re coming hot out of the gates in 2015 – launching both a WooCommerce and Magento integration within the first few weeks. With the addition of these two shopping carts, Stitch now covers the majority of all e-commerce solutions.  This includes Shopify, BigCommerce, Amazon and eBay.

The WooCommerce integration is exciting for many reasons. First, we can now help more emerging and established companies grow their businesses in a way that is scalable – and sanity inducing. Trust us, it’s a real side effect!

If WooCommerce’s rapid expansion – over 380,000 sites in 3 years – is a sign, there is an e-commerce movement afoot.  While establishing an online presence has never been easier, managing orders, inventory and shipping across all these channels can be a headache that grows right along with your business.

But helping these businesses be successful is our calling.  It doesn’t matter if that success is reaching world domination or that your hobby of building furniture out of reclaimed wood has become a great side business. (Can you tell we’re based in San Francisco?) With Stitch as your central operations, you can remove frustration and reach your goals. And that is what it really is all about. Check out our video to see how it all comes together with Stitch.

It is also exciting because this precedent and pace of innovation is just the beginning for changes in 2015. We have been listening to your requests.  And our all-star team of engineers are cranking away on new integrations (spoiler alert – QuickBooks Online is next!), performance updates, and supercharged, super powerful reporting tools.

It’s going to be a good year for inventory management for your brand, and Stitch customers.

Kara Egan

Kara Egan is the Director of Product Marketing at Stitch Labs. She is passionate about bringing innovative technology solutions to market as both a marketer and investor with experience at Zendesk, Backupify and .406 Ventures. Kara earned a BS in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University and an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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