Catalogs are the cornerstone of your business and contain all the products you sell in your store.
Product types provide templates of settings and attributes for a specific set of products.
Customers buy your products and create orders in the process. Kibo eCommerce provides several different ways to categorize customers.
Orders allow you to keep track of your business and what your customers are ordering.
Ship order items to multiple addresses or using different shipment methods.
Use discounts and product ranking rules to effectively sell your products.
Create discounts to add free products to carts with qualifying purchases.
You can publish drafts to either your site content or your products, and you can also group drafts together in publish sets.
Leverage data from reports to gain insight into your business and to tailor your product offerings.
Site Builder is your interface for customizing the design, organization, and content on your site.
Configure your Kibo eCommerce settings.
Kibo eCommerce Apps and Integrations extend the power of Kibo eCommerce. Visit the Kibo eCommerce Marketplace to download these and other apps.
Use Arc.js to merge customer accounts that share the same email address into one account.
Make the web's best customers your customers with Kibo eCommerce's Amazon Payments integration.
Give your customers more checkout options with Kibo eCommerce's PayPal Express integration.
Capture ecommerce orders from a Kibo eCommerce site, then process and fulfill those orders.
Whether you are migrating data for your first Kibo eCommerce store or batch updating existing data, the Kibo eCommerce Import/Export tools greatly simplify the process of adding or updating data on your Kibo eCommerce tenant.
Kibo eCommerce allows you to easily integrate with Kibo's Real-Time Individualization product using the Kibo RTI Application.
Kibo eCommerce allows you to easily integrate with Kibo's Order Management System product using the Kibo OMS Application.