nChannel will launch its Sage Connector in January 2014

18th November 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, November 18, 2013: nChannel, creator of the cloud-based multi-channel management platform, has announced that the launch of nChannel’s Sage Connector is scheduled for January 2014.

Sage provides business management software and services to 3.2 million small-to-medium sized businesses across North America. The connector will enable many of those users to integrate their Sage software to multiple eCommerce, online marketplace, point-of-sale and other business systems to simplify their selling processes and cut costs.

Chief Technology Officer for nChannel Chris Brown said, “Companies turn to Sage to streamline operations, cut costs and make employees more effective. We designed our Sage Connector to extend those capabilities so that Sage users can take advantage of new sales opportunities while still running their business with the same level of efficiency they are accustomed to with Sage.”

Sage users will be able to apply these processes to their sales channels through nChannel’s eCommerce and Marketplace connectors which include Magento, Shopify, AspDotNetStorefront, Amazon and eBay. For companies with physical stores, nChannel also supports the Microsoft Dynamics RMS point-of-sale system.


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