Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) May 02, 2013
Dydacomp, a leading provider of order management solutions for small and mid-sized eCommerce and multichannel merchants, today announced the SQL Server Express Edition of Multichannel Order Manager version 8. This latest version allows current M.O.M. Standard Edition customers to take advantage of the speed, reliability and database stability of Microsoft’s Free SQL Server® Express Edition.
The SQL Server Express edition provides the power of a full-featured relational database on a smaller scale as well as the following benefits:
M.O.M. is the leading integrated eCommerce and PCI compliant order management software built for eCommerce, multichannel and distribution businesses, providing customers with a complete order, inventory and customer management solution.
“The latest version of M.O.M. will benefit customers who have smaller databases yet want to harness the power of SQL,” said Fred Lizza, chief executive officer at Dydacomp. “M.O.M. on SQL Server Express provides an excellent, affordable option for those seeking the power of a full-featured relational database on a smaller scale to achieve the benefits of speed, reliability and stability in their order management processes.”
Dydacomp solves the business automation and order management needs of small to medium-sized (SMB) retail and fulfillment businesses. Dydacomp's latest innovation, Freestyle Commerce, is the next-generation, cloud-based order management solution that provides SMB retailers with a choice in order management solutions, in the cloud or on premise, to meet business needs. Over 2,000 multi-channel merchants rely on Dydacomp's Freestyle Commerce, Multichannel Order Manager (M.O.M.) and SiteLINK solutions to automate their back office operations and drive business growth. Dydacomp's clients engage over a million shoppers daily, generating nearly 10 million in gross merchandise sales every day and manage over $4 billion in inventory. For more information, visit dydacomp.com and freestylecommerce.com and follow us on Twitter @dydacomp.