Newgistics Announces New E-Commerce Solution, Powered by hybris
August 23, 2013

Company: Newgistics, a provider of e-commerce services for retailers
Product/Service: End-to-end e-commerce solution powered by hybris
What it Does: Offers retailers with web design implementation, integration, hosting and support services as well as order management technology and order fulfillment, parcel delivery and returns management. The solution allows Newgistics to offer customers a complete omni-channel e-commerce solution that fully integrates every step in the order life cycle, from customer acquisition through fulfillment, delivery and returns

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