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GoECart Selected as 2015 Tech Company to Watch by Connecticut Technology Council

October 21, 2015, Bridgeport CT - GoECart, a leading provider of unified commerce solutions for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs), announced today that the Connecticut Technology Council has selected it as a Tech Company to Watch. GoECart was chosen from a large pool of start-ups and growth companies who applied to participate in the 2015 Connecticut Innovation Summit. The company was selected for recent enhancements made to its unified commerce suite, GoECart 360.

GoECart 360 provides an end-to-end commerce solution that enables multi-channel retailer to run their entire business. Moreover, it includes of ALL of the components required for retailers to conduct unified commerce, including:

  • Highly Evolved Ecommerce Platform - GoECart’s award-winning ecommerce platform provides hundreds of features so retailers can offer an Amazon -like experience with all the latest bells and whistles on the front end.
  • End to End Marketplace Integration - Native integration with the leading online marketplaces — like Amazon®, eBay®, Sears®, and Rakuten — lets merchants instantly and easily sell on these popular sites.
  • Multi-channel Order Management- Built-in OMS enables seamless management of orders and inventory across the supply chain for all channels, whether online or in-store
  • In Store POS - Our in-store Point of Sale system ensures physical store orders advise online orders and vice versa so sales orders and inventory are always in sync.
  • Warehouse and Fulfillment - Pick, pack, and ship with cross channel fulfillment. Integration with leading shipping providers provides world class delivery capabilities.
  • Built in CRM and Call Center - Full-fledged customer relationship management and call center tools are built right in, saving thousands otherwise spent on similar systems.
  • Mobile Commerce - Our elegant mobile commerce (mCommerce) experience is fully optimized for all popular devices to increase conversion rates and revenues.

This latest achievement for GoECart comes not long after the National Retail Federation (NRF) released a study revealing 53 percent of major retailers surveyed plans to implement a unified commerce platform in the near term. The same study said that over 80 percent of retailers will implement unified commerce by 2025 making unified commerce a major trend in retail today.

GoECart CEO Manish Chowdhary said, “We are honored to be recognized as a tech company to watch by the CTC again this year. At a time when more and more merchants are recognizing the benefits of unified commerce, the GoECart team continues to innovate to deliver them the total package at the right price. We thank CTC for their fortitude and remarkable work they do to foster innovation in the great state of Connecticut each year.”

The Connecticut Technology Council is a statewide association of technology oriented companies and institutions, providing leadership in areas of policy advocacy, community building and assistance for growing companies. This year’s awards will be presented at the 2015 Innovation Summit on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 from 10 AM to 5 PM at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford.

About GoECart

GoECart provides a complete software suite that enables today’s SMB merchants to manage all aspects of unified commerce—from ecommerce, multi-channel order and inventory management, and in-store POS, to marketing, merchandising, e-marketplaces, fulfillment, and customer service. GoECart eliminates technology and integration hassles, allowing businesses to run better and grow faster. Additionally, GoECart’s cloud-based delivery model delivers on the rewards of software-as-a-service (SaaS). These include zero investment in infrastructure, no integration headaches, free upgrades, and affordable, pay-as-you-go pricing.

About The Connecticut Technology Council

The Connecticut Technology Council is a statewide association of technology oriented companies and institutions, providing leadership in areas of policy advocacy, community building and assistance for growing companies. Speaking for 2,500 companies that employ some 200,000 residents, the Connecticut Technology Council seeks to provide a strong and urgent voice in support of the creation of a culture of innovation. This includes working to position Connecticut as a leader in idea creation, workforce preparation, entrepreneurial aptitude, early stage risk capital availability and providing on-going support and mentoring to high potential firms. For more information, visit http://www.CT.org.