3dcart makes cloud based sync between apps

3dcart, a leading provider of ecommerce solutions has partnered with cloud app provider Kevy to offer easy use of cloud

3dcart, a leading provider of ecommerce solutions has partnered with cloud app provider Kevy to offer easy use of cloud integration applications for their online merchants.

Kevy’s cloud applications will do away with the need to manually sync data through all installed systems, and will allow its merchant users to set when the applications should automatically sync with one another. The integration of these applications is effortless and requires little to no programming knowledge and can be done within minutes. Kevy brings a long list of cloud-based apps that can now be used by 3dcart merchants; HubSpot inbound marketing software, ExactTarget email marketing, ChannelAdvisor eCommerce functionality, VerticalResponse marketing solutions, Google Spreadsheets, ZohoCRM on-demand customer relationship management, and mobile and social messaging, to name just a few.

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“Kevy’s 3dcart integration opens up a whole new world of capabilities for our merchants. 3dcart store owners now have access to Kevy’s various cloud connectors that make it fast and easy to integrate and sync cloud apps without writing a single line of code”, explained Jimmy Rodriguez, 3dcart CTO.

“One of the greatest challenges today for ecommerce companies is managing the flood of data coming from the market. This partnership will extend the power and flexibility of 3dcart by enabling companies to sync and manage their customer, order and product data across multiple sales and marketing systems”, commented Ed Trimble, President of Kevy.

Companies like Kevy help pave the future for simple and easy-to-use ecommerce solutions. With solutions like these, anyone can now integrate and sync data throughout their system without the need of programming or writing code

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