As your partner for smooth, smart wholesale technology, we pride ourselves on making the JOOR platform intuitive and easy-to-use. And we want to make sure your support experience goes just as smoothly. We understand your Client Success Manager has likely guided you through everything -- from onboarding you to JOOR, to making sure your JOOR iPad app is ready for market. And your CSM will continue to stand by your side, just now on a more strategic level.
Users now have a self-serve tools to assign orders themselves on the web.
JOOR VP, Marketing Amy Vale, and Head of UX, Consuelo Ruybal talk about the JOOR rebrand and the journey of how it came to be.
Industry-wide sales data from analysts and trade groups can certainly paint the big picture. But don’t you wish you could dig a little deeper, and understand the real ‘what’ and ‘how’ behind the bird’s eye view?
JOOR publishes its Trend Edit to help brands and retailers do just that. With data-driven stories compiled from 8600+ brands in 53 categories, 200,000+ retailers in 144 countries, 2,300 daily connections, and $29B in lifetime GMV.
Here’s 3 ways our wholesale community can benefit:
Today’s fashion retailers have been on a journey, to say the least. In millennial shoppers, they face a dominant clientele who are just not that into ‘stuff.’
As JOOR continues to build out an ecosystem to fuel the growth and advancement of brands and retailers, we are excited to introduce a simplified free and paid tier for both brands and retailers on the JOOR Platform. JOOR Lite and JOOR Pro. JOOR Lite offers basic functionality for brands and retailers.
The AIMS360 ERP integration with JOOR (the world’s largest digital wholesale marketplace) has produced a bounty of Order Management benefits to apparel companies. By way of this seamless integration, retail buyers and wholesale vendors can collaboratively share product and sales information online, while at the same time boosting the efficiency of their mutual order management processes. This automation has rendered the old-fashioned (and slow) exchange of paper catalogs and purchase orders as a thing of the past.