Beautifully designed inventory management and order fulfillment
We’re working hard on the new user interface for Zenventory. The user experience (UX) is important to us. Our new user interface (UI) not only brightens things up (think Google Material Design) buts adds technology to render pages faster (think React).
What is Google Material Design UI/UX and how will it help me manage inventory?
For our purposes, Google Material Design is is the deign guideline recommended and used by Google for web design, mobile apps, and for the Android operating system. According to Google, Material design is “bold, graphic, intentional” where “motion provides meaning”. You may already be using a Material Designed app on your phone. Adding the same flat, colorful design along with familiar components means that Zenventory users can navigate with familiarity. You won’t have to than understanding what icons do and how components work. Adopting Material design means that you can get to work managing inventory, fulfilling, and shipping orders. Zenventory will be more intuitive since icons and other components work like your other apps.
Why did we choose React and how will it help me manage inventory?
React will let us render Zenvetory pages without waiting for data. Data populates as it’s received. You’ll be able to work faster when React is fully implemented in our UI. The new UI will serve businesses of all sizes. Our new REST API will give businesses all kinds of ways to interact with Zenventory from remote applications such as shipping systems, accounting systems, and CRMs.
When can you have it?
It’s launching at the Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition June 6-9 in Chicago. Come visit us at our booth there!
What is Zenventory Inventory Management for eCommerce?
Zenventory Inventory for eCommerce connects multiple marketplaces and shipping engines to your warehouse so that you can professionally manage inventory and order fulfillment.