Codisto partners with Kogan Australia to bolster omnichannel ecommerce

Luke Amery, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Codisto

Codisto, the global omnichannel ecommerce management company, has announced its partnership with, one of Aussies’ largest pure-play online retailer. The partnership offers brands and merchants who use other large ecommerce platforms, such as Amazon, eBay, Google, and Walmart, a seamless path to sell on Kogan Australia’s marketplace.

What does the partnership mean for retailers?

Headquartered in Melbourne, operates Kogan Marketplace, which enables retail brands and merchants to sell through the site, offering millions of products to consumers from leading brands. This partnership with Codisto gives retailers an immediate opportunity to build and expand their footprint in the Australian and New Zealand markets.

Prior, Codisto retailers needed to use an additional third-party integration to maintain their inventories and fulfill orders on Kogan, but can now easily manage their products and services across ecommerce sites and marketplaces such as Shopify, Amazon, eBay, and Walmart.

Using Codisto, retailers around the world benefit from the most efficient way to drive more traffic, channel access and revenue, while also ensuring that existing catalog, inventory and order management processes are automatically synced across all channels.

What does the partnership mean for Codisto?

Commenting on the partnership, Luke Amery, founder and CEO of Codisto, said, “Codisto’s partnership with an Australian retail giant like Kogan is a proud moment for us.”

“This regional expansion reinforces our commitment to help small-to-medium sized businesses grow their ecommerce strategies across multiple retail marketplaces. This announcement is another example of how we’re giving retailers the tools to easily launch an omnichannel strategy, using their existing processes to automate operations,” Amery said.

To learn more about Codisto’s integration with Kogan, visit the website.