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Kibo Announces Commerce Platform in AWS Marketplace


Kibo, a leading composable commerce provider, today announced that its Commerce Platform powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) is now available in AWS Marketplace, a digital catalog with thousands of software listings from independent software vendors that make it easy to find, test, buy, and deploy software that runs on AWS.

This follows the recent announcement of Kibo spinning off its personalization business to focus exclusively on the commerce landscape.

Kibo’s new offering in AWS Marketplace allows retailers to deploy its modular eCommerce and Order Management products in a matter of minutes, accelerating time to market with a simpler purchasing and deployment process and reducing operation and procurement costs by up to 15%.

“In this era of modernization and digital transformation, brands and retailers more than ever are in need of future-proof, flexible and composable commerce solutions,” said Ava Aprin, Global Director of Partnerships at Kibo. “Making Kibo’s eCommerce and Order Management products available in AWS Marketplace means less friction and easier implementation for our clients, allowing them to move and scale faster and more efficiently than ever through one of the world’s leading cloud providers.”

By migrating to AWS, Kibo customers can feel confident that their data is secure and adheres to the global data privacy requirements based on their regional jurisdiction. Additionally, current AWS clients can maximize existing investments in AWS and cloud strategy.

“Kibo customers now have the option to get started even more easily with availability in the AWS Marketplace. We are committed to helping organizations modernize and optimize their end-to-end customer experience and internal operations with solutions that are easy to procure and deploy to quickly create value,” said Vinesh Vis, Chief Revenue Officer, Kibo.

Due to Kibo’s containerized architecture and automated deployments, all platform innovations and improvements are available immediately. Kibo’s services are available across multiple physical data centers, ensuring smooth operations even under catastrophic failure of underlying infrastructure.

Leveraging AWS, Kibo can double down on its North American expansion to help customers accelerate their tech stack modernizations that allow for rapid pivots of commerce experiences as their shoppers’ needs change.

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