fabric Marketplace has a pre-built out-of-the-box integration with Shopify, nearly eliminating your integration time and costs. This means you can get immediate ROI on your fabric Marketplace investment. This edition further improves the connection between fabric Marketplace and the retailer/ vendor Shopify platform.
Suppliers can now specify the warehouse locations from which they want to sync inventory instead of aggregating inventory from their entire shop.
Benefits: Suppliers get better control over the merchandise they want to share with retailers for dropshipping.
In today’s world, efficiency is more important than ever. That’s why we built interoperability across Shopify and fabric Marketplace so you can work where you prefer. Here are a few highlights:
Benefits: fabric Marketplace integrates seamlessly with your current workflow. Work from either your Shopify account or your fabric account. No need to juggle between systems.
You can now customize and control precisely how fabric Marketplace exports product data to Shopify. You can map primary attributes, tags, and even meta fields saving you a ton of time. Mapping attributes to meta fields give Shopify frontends access to a full product attribute set to build great product detail pages (PDPs).
Benefits: More control. Higher productivity. Great customer experience.
Vendors can now submit corrections to existing tracking numbers. A history of all tracking numbers and their corrections is also kept in a dashboard. A merchant’s Shopify store receives the update on the tracking number once it is updated in fabric Marketplace.
Benefits: Improved accuracy of customer tracking information and lower number of customer support inquiries related to incorrect tracking numbers.
Vendors using BigCommerce can directly integrate with Marketplace for inventory, orders, and fulfillment details, which will be synced between the two systems automatically. This means:
Benefits: Faster ROI on your fabric Marketplace investment. Smooth information exchange between fabric and BigCommerce. Seamless integration with your current workflow. No need to juggle between systems.
Vendors using WooCommerce are now able to integrate with fabric Marketplace during their onboarding workflow directly. This means:
Benefits: Faster ROI on your fabric Marketplace investment. Smooth information exchange between fabric and WooCommerce. Seamless integration with your current workflow. No need to juggle between systems.
Inventory networks offer a way to segment inventory and set aggregation rules by location, network, or channel. With this new functionality in Copilot, fabric’s merchant UI, the business users are in control of what inventory to sell and where—without writing any code.
The new inventory list and detail pages provide fabric Copilot users the ability to view and search inventory in a list view, and the ability to view and update the JSON data for a detailed inventory view.
fabric OMS offers bulk inventory import through Copilot, our merchant UI. With the new inventory import history page in fabric OMS, users can view the history of successful and failed inventory import details.
As part of our dedicated focus on continuously improving the experience of building with fabric, we are excited to present a new developer portal. Take a deeper dive into the fabric platform, test out our APIs, check out the new community forum, and more.