The software-as-a-service platform was in development since 2019 but is now available to small businesses in Europe
According to Ecommerce News, Pakk has officially launched in Europe. The company wants to provide a true “all-commerce” platform at prices any small business can afford.
Pakk claims to be the first affordable end-to-end platform for running a business and online store without the cost and headache of enterprise-level software.
The Estonian company was founded by developer Jonathan Pincas, who had been running a small food important company for 15 years.
Pakk (the trading name of DogPakk OÜ, registered in Estonia, with founding partners in the UK and Spain) was in development since 2019, went into Alpha mode last year, Beta this year and now, Pincas’ previous company switched their entire operation over to Pakk.
The software is built specifically for businesses that work with physical products, such as resellers, importers, wholesalers, and manufacturers. It integrates stock and inventory management, demand planning, accounting, customer management, order management, online-store creation, blog and content creation and more. Monthly licensing fees start at 125 euros.
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