Maropost and Spiff3D Enable Large Scale Personalization for Every Ecommerce Business

Toronto, Canada, November 30, 2021 – Maropost, leader in e-commerce and multi-channel marketing software, partners with Spiff3D, a powerful product personalization platform.

Replicated Fast Fashion is out. Customizable products are available. What can we customize? Shoes, packaging, greeting cards, chocolates or even tombstones!

Spiff3D didn’t want to be just another product configurator listed on an app store – they’re much more with it. So they developed deep relationships by simplifying marginal revenue, customer journeys, end-to-end experience, and optimization of fulfillment operations, all with the goal of helping online merchants be successful.

This strong demand for unique products poses many challenges. Perhaps the most important is downstream operations and execution.

“Many ecommerce platforms provide a customer-centric layer without worrying about solving some of the much more difficult operational challenges that many retail entrepreneurs face. What impressed us at Maropost was their focus on true end-to-end e-commerce. We had a handful of Maropost users begging us to invest in the integration and we’re glad we did, ”says Shadi Taleb, CEO of Spiff3D.

Spiff3D was initially introduced to Maropost via an advisor who praised the company. Once the two companies started working on the integration, it became clear why this partnership would be so valuable.

“There was a natural fit in the mindset of both our companies and the clients we shared,” says Ross Andrew Paquette, CEO of Maropost.

What exactly does this integration offer? For a, flexible order routing. Once the product has been customized, ordering instructions can be sent anywhere – a manufacturer, directly to a distribution center, to the CNC router system. The possibilities are limitless!

Today, Maropost and Spiff3D are happy to open the world of e-commerce to the futuristic possibilities of 3D, dynamic manufacturing and personalized automated processing.

Margie D. Carlisle