Warehouse management software
Updated: February 18, 2021
2021. Census raises $16M Series A to help companies put their data warehouses to work
Census, a startup that helps businesses sync their customer data from their data warehouses to their various business tools like Salesforce and Marketo, has raised a $16 million Series A round. The company argues that the modern data stack, with data warehouses like Amazon Redshift, Google BigQuery and Snowflake at its core, offers all of the tools a business needs to extract and transform data (like Fivetran, dbt) and then visualize it (think Looker). Tools like Census then essentially function as a new layer that sits between the data warehouse and the business tools that can help companies extract value from this data. With that, users can easily sync their product data into a marketing tool like Marketo or a CRM service like Salesforce, for example.
2018. Zoho Inventory gets new Android app
Zoho unveiled all-new Zoho Inventory Android app, which handles order and warehouse management for your business on the go. Now you can add items to your inventory instantly with the mobile app, and see all the information regarding item groups and composite items. To find item details in your warehouse, use your mobile camera as a barcode scanner. Scan any item for a quick glance at its stock details. Complete the entire order fulfillment cycle within the mobile app, from creating a sales order to shipping the product. Get notified when it’s time to reorder Besides the mobile app shows you the shipment status of each of your orders with one tap.
2015. Zoho launched inventory management service Zoho Inventory
To simplify order and inventory process Zoho developed the new app - Zoho Inventory. It offers a combination of powerful features that makes the entire ordermanagement cycle as effortless as possible, integrates with Amazon, eBay, Shopify and Etsy, so you can expand your sales opportunities and also easily manage the orders from different channels. With over 25 shipping service integrations, you can receive real-time shipping rates, as well as the latest in-transit info. Receive notifications when items are running low using the automatic reordering feature. As stock comes in and out, your inventory quantities automatically update across all your selling channels. Zoho Inventory comes with a mobile app with which users can keep track of orders, inventory and shipments right from their mobile. Pricing starts at $29 per Organization/Month.
2015. Bigcommerce acquires inventory management service Zing
E-commerce platform Bigcommerce made its first acquisition, point-of-sale and inventory management software startup Zing. Bigcommerce said the purchase of Zing will allow it to give retailers better tools and APIs to manage inventory and sales across multiple channels, such as an online store and brick-and-mortar location. ore than 30 percent of Bigcommerce’s 85,000 clients currently operate at least one physical storefront in addition to their web stores, and the integration with Zing will allow them to handle O2O services like in-store pickup and shipping from store inventory more easily. Bigcommerce faces formidable competition, however, from other e-commerce platforms like Shopify and Magento, as well as marketplaces such as eBay and Amazon that target smaller vendors.
2015. Cloud inventory management service TradeGecko snags $6.5M
TradeGecko, the SaaS service that lets business owners manage inventory and orders without resorting to spreadsheets or enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, has raised a $6.5 million Series A round. The funding will be used to hire new employees, including customer support staff, build new product features, and expand TradeGecko’s operations in the U.S. and Australia. TradeGecko’s platform is targeted toward B2C retailers as well as wholesalers. Most of the startup’s customers make about $1 million to $30 million in revenue per year, though the range goes up to about $95 million. Many of TradeGecko’s customers can’t justify the cost of SAP software, says Priest. Its subscription pricing model is based on how many customers a business services and which features they need. The cloud-based software, accessible on desktop computers and mobile devices, integrates with accounting, shipping, and e-commerce platforms like Quickbooks, Xero, Shopify, Bigcommerce, and ShipStation.