Our relationship with JD Fashion PLC (the company that owns Millets) goes back to 2007 when we helped on-board JD Sports with ebay and more recently in 2014 we helped integrate BANK with the marketplace before they sold the business to Hillco.
Millets came to us wanting to increase their reach to new clients via ebay and Amazon. They have a complex warehousing, stock management and merchandising ERP internally and that’s partially why routes such as Channel Advisor or Volo just aren’t the right choice for them.
That’s ctrlback.io comes into play. That’s our multi-faceted marketplace platform that is aimed at larger retailers with a complex set of requirements for integrating with marketplaces. It takes in stock feeds, digests them and then turns them into listings on ebay and Amazon… and does the really smart stuff like mapping data, order management and stock level synchronisation.
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Millets was formed by multiple companies that came together over the years to form the business we love today. It all started over a century ago in 1893 when their founder, J.M Millet, opened a drapers and outfitters business in Southampton and Bristol before handing over the Bristol store to his Grandson, JB Spielman, in 1923. His Grandson increased the merchandise with a wider range of clothing, boots, shoes and much more which helped the business grow to five stores by 1939