Ordoro: Online Retailer Order Management Tool

October 3, 2010

11:00 pm

Anyone with a computer and internet connection can now create their own online retail business. However, it is not easy to run a successful online business. Now thanks to Ordoro, online retailers have an extra hand of support when it comes to managing their inventory. Ordoro is a web-based order management tool that helps online retailers grow their business. Instead of having to focus all of their attention on the orders and customer service realms of the business, with Ordoro, online retailers can spend more time reaching out to potential customers.

Once an online retailer logs into their Ordoro account, they have a clean dashboard from which they can process orders, print shipping labels, and track their inventory in real time. This time-saving tool allows for the retailers to focus on what matters most: getting business.

Ordoro integrates with multiple shopping and shipping suppliers so that your dashboard is tailored to your online shop. No longer will online retailers have to spend hours contacting all of their supplies and resellers individually. Ordoro automatically scans your inventory so that you know when you need to re-order and what sells best. Ordoro makes it easier for online retailers to manage their inventory and business processes. Plus, the fact that it’s completely web based means that the retailers can access their store’s accounts wherever they are so that they’ll always have a handle on the status of their business.

You can sign up for the Ordoro beta on their site and be sure to stop by TECH cocktail Austin on October 7th to meet Ordoro founders Jagath Narayan, Sangram Kadam and Naruby Schlenker.

Update! Grasshopper Group is graciously hosting a post-TECH cocktail breakfast on Friday morning. Space is limited, but the food will be great, so claim your free ticket asap! Enjoy breakfast and learn more about Ordoro and some of the other Austin startups in a more intimate setting.

Learn more about Ordoro in their video.

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Samantha has been a long time contributor to Tech Cocktail, and runs SLS Consulting, a marketing and partnerships practice in the San Francisco Bay Area. Follow Samantha at @sfsam22.

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