Adobe Commerce announces advanced BOPIS capabilities

Adobe Commerce announces advanced BOPIS capabilities

With increasing customer demand for advanced omnichannel fulfillment options and flexibility, offering buy online pick up in store (BOPIS) to customers has become crucial for retailers. BOPIS allows customers to purchase online and pick up their order at a physical store location that is convenient for them. This type of omnichannel fulfillment is far from new, with retailers having invested heavily over the last half-decade in both BOPIS and curbside pickup.

BOPIS fulfillment sales revenue more than doubled in 2020 in the US, according to eMarketer. Researchers expect double-digit growth rates in BOPIS revenue through 2024. Customer demand for this type of omnichannel fulfillment continues to grow, with MarketScale estimating BOPIS sales will grow to $141 billion by 2024.

BOPIS fulfillment sales revenue more than doubled in 2020 in the US, according to eMarketer.

The Adobe Commerce team is excited to announce the US availability of Store Fulfillment for Adobe Commerce by Walmart Commerce Technologies. Available now, Store Fulfillment is an advanced omnichannel fulfillment solution that lets retailers deliver a seamless end-to-end BOPIS experience through mobile devices. With Store Fulfillment, Adobe Commerce merchants can offer their customers convenience, an enhanced shopping experience, and faster fulfillment.

With Store Fulfillment, your customers can choose their most convenient pickup option when placing an order online, and the Store Fulfillment mobile app makes it easier for store employees to pick, stage, and hand off the order quickly and accurately. Store Fulfillment also gives you more visibility into each store’s moving inventory while helping to reduce costs.

Learn more about Store Fulfillment for Adobe Commerce by Walmart Commerce Technologies.

Additional Adobe Commerce feature updates

In addition to Store Fulfillment, the Adobe Commerce team is excited to announce additional new capabilities and feature enhancements.

Channel Manager for Adobe Commerce

Channel Manager is a free extension created by Adobe to help US-based merchants increase their sales, reach new customers, streamline their operations, and save valuable time by integrating their online catalog, inventory, pricing, and orders to the Walmart Marketplace — the second largest marketplace nationwide. Marketplace transaction fees may apply after setup.

Channel Manager for Adobe Commerce

Designed to work seamlessly out of the box with Adobe Commerce or Magento Open Source, Channel Manager for Adobe Commerce offers the following features:

Learn more about Channel Manager for Adobe Commerce or directly download the extension.

API Mesh for Adobe Developer App Builder (beta program)

Adobe is pleased to announce the beta program for API Mesh with Adobe Commerce. The API Mesh helps customers easily bring together multiple sources of data and microservices from across their organization into a single unified layer. Customers can integrate API for content, assets, search, shipping, inventory, and other applications with their commerce API to deliver rich experiences to shoppers.

For developers, adding API and data sources to the API Mesh can be done through simple configurations. Additionally, the API Mesh helps developers monitor, secure, and scale their API globally while providing API extensibility in a low-code or no-code environment.

API Mesh for Adobe Developer App Builder (Beta Program)

The API Mesh helps with reducing both time to value as well as the cost of ownership for integrations. Adobe Commerce customers deploying multiple integrations or extensions that are interested in participating in the Beta program for the API Mesh can apply here.

If you want to learn more about the Beta Program, visit the Beta Program page.

Readiness indicators for Product Recommendations

Product Recommendations will soon have indicators to inform merchants when each of the different recommendation types are ready to use. This helps remove the guesswork from when a recommendation unit has enough data to be deployed so merchants can see immediate results. This feature will be released shortly after our June 21 release date. Check the release notes for updated information.

We encourage you to review the additional information links provided for each feature above.