Icumulus

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iCumulus is a new-age global fulfilment platform, leading the revolution of e-commerce, turning it into a totally shared & unified global economy. iCumulus connects your business to a network of global logistics providers, creating a unique shared ecosystem with the most competitive shipping rates. Unlike traditional logistics providers, iCumulus scales not by assets, staff or inventory, but by connecting true demand to supply ensuring best consumer experience. Our comprehensive cloud based e-fulfilment platform manages all distributions, purchasing, into store and consumer deliveries at no additional cost. We want our customers to be free to deal with what's important to them - service their customers, allowing them grow sales and reach new markets.

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