After close collaboration with the Clothing Sites’ team, Tryzens identiﬁed Magento Enterprise as the best fit for the retailer’s requirements. Magento offers Clothing Sites a scalable, quality, cost efficient and secure solution, with easy integration with third party technology – meaning Tryzens could easily re-engineer the internal supply chain and get Clothing Sites to market faster. Tryzens integrated Magento into its Middleware offerings, reducing the complexity by taking any existing data ﬂows within the business and using them for the international platform. In doing so, Tryzens ensured that Clothing Sites benefitted from a rapid deployment time.
Magento Community was added to the deployment, which was used by Tryzens to build a Product Information Management system. The PIM ensures that Clothing Sites is able to consolidate all information about the products in its inventory in one place – this supports its plans for building a responsive mobile channel, as well as international expansion, ensuring product information is available throughout the distribution channel in the appropriate languages.
Tryzens was also responsible for tightly integrating several other third party applications, in order to complete the new infrastructure and close the loop on the internal supply chain. These included: Amazon payment gateway, PayPal, order export, stock update capabilities, Google Analytics, PCA Predict for address validation, Amasty for navigation and Peoplevox for warehouse management.
Clothing Sites also benefits from Tryzens’ dedicated Managed Services offering, providing 24/7 proactive maintenance and monitoring. The Tryzens team ensures that Clothing Sites’ front end is performing as expected, and any issues are raised in near real-time.