Kibo Launches B2B Platform on AWS Marketplace

Composable commerce provider Kibo announced that its commerce platform is now available in Amazon Web Services’ AWS Marketplace.

With the products available on this Digital Software Catalog running on AWS, retailers can now deploy them in minutes, Kibo said Tuesday, November 8 in a Press release.

“Making Kibo’s e-commerce and order management products available on AWS Marketplace means less friction and easier implementation for our customers, allowing them to move and scale faster and more efficiently than ever before with to one of the world’s leading cloud providers”, Kibo Global Director of Partnerships Ava Aprin said.

Kibo’s move to AWS also provides data security, compliance with global data privacy requirements, and, for current AWS customers, a way to leverage their existing cloud strategy investments.

Kibo bills itself as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) collection of commercial products designed to meet the needs of B2C, B2B, and D2C organizations.

There “composable tradeuses a host of leading vendors who are “composed” to offer retailers and brands a range of pre-packaged solutions that enable businesses to create their own customer experiences, Julie shopping centerVice President of Global Solutions Consulting at Elastic pathsaid PYMNTS in an interview in May.

These capabilities are made available through application programming interfaces, giving a plug-and-play aspect to crafting the end-to-end customer experience, Mall said.

This is a marked change from just a few years ago. Before the pandemic and the great digital shift, e-commerce was defined as “a rigid approach, defined in terms of browsing through a catalog and finding products,” Mall noted at the time.

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