2016 has been a busy year at Neto. In our mission to deliver an open commerce platform that enables anyone to sell anything, anywhere, we have released a new sales channel (Neto Point-of-Sale), re-architected our technology stack and expanded our list of native integrations and support services.
In addition to building out our platform, we have also built out our team. I am now lucky enough to share the office with over 100 talented individuals who all share my vision to empower our merchants to achieve their dreams by transforming how they do business every day.
We understand that our platform is critical to the success of our merchants. We also understand that having visibility over our product roadmap is important when doing your own business planning. Therefore, I am pleased to announce that moving forward we will start to share our product feature roadmap with you. This includes features being worked on and those that have been planned up to 6 months in advance of release.
You can now find our roadmap online by going to: http://www.neto.com.au/roadmap.
The release of our first public roadmap is particularly exciting because it includes a feature that has been at the top of our customer feature request list for many years, FULLY FEATURED INVENTORY. This includes: costed purchase orders, COGS tracking, multi-location stock takes, stock adjustments and transfers. This major feature will enable you to better manage one the biggest pain points in your business and will ultimately position Neto as a truly end-to-end digital commerce platform.
We have been working with select customers and partners in the planning and development of our new inventory module. This has been an exciting and motivating experience. In coming weeks and months I will start to share our progress with you, so that you too can provide feedback and input into this game changing feature. For those of you with a bricks-and-mortar presence, you will be happy to see that we are going to continue to invest in building out Neto POS. This includes adding features such as split payments, loyalty and gift cards.
eBay merchants can look forward to improvements to the usability of our eBay integration and 3rd party app developers can expect new API endpoints and functionality. We are also in the final stages of testing several new payment integrations. These include: Stripe, Braintree, eWay Rapid 3.1 and new versions of Paypal Express and Afterpay. All are expected to be released within the next 4-8 weeks.
Thank you for being a part of the Neto community and all the best for the second half of 2016!