CrescoData, a Pitney Bowes Company and platform-as-a-service business, has released an integration that connects customers to the SPS Commerce Retail Network.
SPS has the largest retail network and specialises in working with retailers who electronically trade with their vendors. CrescoData, an application programming interface (API) integration specialist, has connected with the SPS Commerce retail network to allow merchants to sync orders (850), order acknowledgement (855), advanced shipping notices (856), and inventory.
CrescoData developed the connection to provide efficient and accurate compliance with retailer requirements, including pre-built maps that are fully automated into the CrescoData Commerce Connect Platform.
SPS Commerce chief marketing officer, Mark O’Leary said, “SPS Commerce is delighted to partner with CrescoData and provide a more streamlined order fulfilment process for e-commerce retailers. Our retail network connects global retail businesses to boost efficiencies, support omnichannel retail initiatives, and provide critical supply chain visibility.”
CrescoData CEO, Anna Trybocka added, “SPS Commerce has been a global leader for electronic data interchange (EDI) integration. This partnership enables API customers to seamlessly integrate to some of the leading EDI sales channels without the need for additional development.”