Microlistics and Ultra Commerce partner to provide unified eCommerce and warehouse management solution

Ultra Commerce, the only enterprise-grade fully integrated eCommerce platform with built in Marketplace plus Order, Product, and Content Management Systems, and Microlistics, a global leader in warehouse management systems, today announced they have partnered to offer an end-to-end eCommerce fulfilment solution designed to maximise inventory availability and optimise order fulfilment speed, accuracy, and efficiency.

The partnership will give Microlistics and Ultra Commerce clients access to a ready-built platform capable of powering complex sales and fulfilment operations including pure-play digital and omnichannel.

Matthew Hyland, Chief Executive at Ultra Commerce, says the business requirement to manage multiple brands on one eCommerce platform and fulfill complex orders to meet the ever-growing expectations of the modern digital customer has never been more critical.

“We are excited and proud to partner with Microlistics to provide an end-to-end solution that addresses these business requirements in a dynamic, modern, and highly efficient way,” he says.

Matthew Hyland, Chief Executive at Ultra Commerce.

Mark Dawson, Founder and Managing Director at Microlistics, notes businesses require significant adjustments to traditional warehouse operations to support the complex requirements of eCommerce and omnichannel sales and fulfilment.

“Microlistics WMS drives business success by providing flexible rules and tools to serve omnichannel processes, advanced picking methodologies, real-time inventory visibility, and a range of last mile fulfilment options,” Mark says.

Together, the partnership provides customers with a strategic eCommerce solution that solves front end customer shopfront and order management requirements and back-end fulfilment, optimised at every point for seamless user experience, speed, and accuracy.

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