Payment technology

Stitch Labs integrates with Authorize.Net, Stripe

Stitch LabsCloud-based inventory and business management solution Stitch Labs announced last week that it has integrated with Authorize.Net and Stripe to allow small- and medium-sized businesses to accept in-app credit card payments.

Authorize.Net allows merchants to authorize, settle and manage  credit card and e-check transactions, and Stripe allows merchants to accept online payments.

Stitch Labs also integrates with Amazon, Spotify, BigCommerce, eBay, Etsy and Storenvy, as well as PayPal, ShipStation, QuickBooks and others.

“We are democratizing commerce for product-based businesses, by giving SMBs the power and flexibility to sell everywhere consumers expect them to be,” Stitch Labs CEO Brandon Levey said. ”With these new integrations and business capabilities, users can maximize their time and customize the system to make Stitch work for their business.”

Stitch Labs allows users to sell through numerous channels and manage inventory. The technology also provides an in-depth understanding of how businesses are performing, regardless of their retail outlet.

Founded in 2011, the Stitch platform includes order fulfillment, multi-channel sales management, invoices, reports and analytics to provide product-based businesses with all the information necessary to manage and maximize sales.

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