Catalog Management Software

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Sales Layer

Sales Layer is a cloud-based product and catalog management platform for eCommerce businesses. It helps teams organize product information and share it across all potential sales channels. With various PIM tools, catalog and marke...Read more about Sales Layer

4.74 (65 reviews)


Publitas is a cloud-based solution, which helps brands publish online catalogs and encourage shoppers to buy products by facilitating catalog browsing from any device. With a self-service plan, small and medium-sized retaile...Read more about Publitas

4.55 (22 reviews)

bit2win CPQ

Bit2win configure, price and quote (CPQ) application suite is a modular, fully integrated set of Cloud native software applications that helps Clients supporting products and services configuration, pricing and quoting activities....Read more about bit2win CPQ

4.80 (10 reviews)


CatBase is a data publishing application that helps businesses manage the lifecycle of creating publications such as price lists, catalogs and directories. The platform supports page layout programs including Quark Xpress, Adobe I...Read more about CatBase

4.00 (23 reviews)

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eJeeva Central

eCentral is a cloud-based catalog management solution that helps small to large businesses manage, improve, and publish product information across catalogs and websites. Designed for distributors, manufacturers, retailers and deal...Read more about eJeeva Central

4.67 (3 reviews)


Catalog’nTime by Lockside Software is a cloud-based catalog automation system that helps businesses automatically transform product data into layouts and groups in Adobe InDesign and Quark Xpress. The platform enables users to tra...Read more about CatalognTime

4.00 (1 reviews)

Bluestone PIM

Bluestone PIM is the first MACH certified SaaS PIM platform. This solution is extremely flexible as it allows to connect and share your product information with other software, marketplaces or platforms. With Bluestone PIM you c...Read more about Bluestone PIM

4.57 (7 reviews)


Flipsnack is a web application that allows users to create interactive digital publications such as magazines, brochures, flyers, and product catalogs, directly in the browser. They can design their page flip publications directly...Read more about Flipsnack

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Plytix is Product Information Management (PIM) software. Plytix is the leading PIM on the market for small and medium businesses because of its user-friendly interface, low price point, and their whiteglove approach to onboarding ...Read more about Plytix

4.62 (50 reviews)

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Salsify is a product experience management platform that helps brand manufacturers offer the product experiences that customers want, anywhere they opt to shop online. It provides a product content management and digital assets ma...Read more about Salsify

4.53 (30 reviews)

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Virtupaper is a DIY mobile app builder platform to develop mobile applications for iOS and Android quickly without any programming. All generated applications are based on online store best guidelines and policies. Online app...Read more about VirtuPaper

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MarketPlace Manager

Marketplace Manager is a seller analytics platform, which helps businesses track sales and manage online stores across multiple marketplaces such as Walmart, Shopify, eBay and Amazon, among others. Supervisors can monitor listing ...Read more about MarketPlace Manager

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Mandarin is a web-based catalog management solution designed specifically for library departments in schools and universities. Mandarin empowers librarians and administrators to maintain the digital library catalog, create custom ...Read more about Mandarin

4.62 (55 reviews)

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Jasper PIM

Jasper PIM is a product information management solution that allows retailers to manage products across multiple storefronts/marketplaces in one centralized dashboard. Jasper PIM can centralize all product data in one place and fe...Read more about Jasper PIM

5.00 (7 reviews)

B2B Wave

B2B Wave is a user-friendly B2B eCommerce software for businesses looking to branch out online. Our cloud-based platform lets you accept orders, create online product catalogs, add price lists, manage customers, set customer priva...Read more about B2B Wave

5.00 (19 reviews)


Turis is a B2B eCommerce solution that helps businesses of all sizes streamline processes related to order entry, customer retention, and sales. It allows users to create responsive websites and customize designs as per business r...Read more about Turis

4.42 (19 reviews)

Product Finder 360

Product Finder 360 is a catalog management solution that helps businesses provide product insights and guide to customers during online shopping. The application lets organizations conduct A/B tests, measure return on investments ...Read more about Product Finder 360

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Claritum is a cloud-based spend management solution designed to streamline source-to-settle processes for midsize and enterprise-level organizations. From source to settle, organizations have an automated process to capture o...Read more about Claritum

4.29 (14 reviews)


Blendzi is a cloud-based order management system that helps companies sell their products through multiple marketplaces and E-Commerce websites. Blendzi's real-time inventory sync works with back-office systems such as Quickbooks ...Read more about Blendzi

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Unified Commerce Platform

enVista offers cloud-based retail management solutions that help users manage the daily operations of a single store or multiple locations in real-time. enVista's unified commerce software solutions are delivered as an integrated ...Read more about Unified Commerce Platform

4.38 (12 reviews)

Buyers Guide

Last Updated: December 15, 2021

Imagine the number of times you saw an incorrect product description on and wasted time searching for the right product from a long list of unrelated products. It's common in online marketplaces. Businesses inaccurately label their products, which creates ambiguity and results in a bad customer experience as well as revenue loss.

The problem lies in the fact that catalog managers have to regularly create, label and update product catalogs with stock keeping units (SKUs) or cross-reference information and customer IDs but don't have ample time to do it.

To avoid this, small business retailers should use catalog management software to automate the process of creating and organizing catalog content. The tool allows you to create, update and distribute electronic catalogs across various sales channels and e-commerce platforms, without errors.

We created this guide on catalog management software to help businesses understand the market and find solutions that can meet their needs. The guide talks in detail about the features of this software, which solutions match your buyer type, the benefit of using this software and important considerations before purchasing a solution.

Here's what we'll cover:

What Is Catalog Management Software?
Common Features of Catalog Management Software
What Type of Buyer Are You?
Benefits of Catalog Management Software
Key Considerations Before Purchasing Software

What Is Catalog Management Software?

Catalog management software is a tool for organizing product data in an electronic catalog, which is uploaded on e-commerce channels for the benefit of merchants and buyers. By automating the creation of product catalogs, the tool prevents inaccuracies and errors that usually occur when catalogs are created manually.

Catalog management tool offers the following functionalities:

  • Create, edit, store and update catalog data, including product descriptions, images and metadata.
  • Automatically update the prices based on the user's location/local currency.
  • Integrate with web content management and payment gateways (such as PayPal and Amazon Pay).
Catalog management in AbleCommerce
Catalog management in AbleCommerce (Source)


Common Features of Catalog Management Software

In this section, we cover the key software features that a buyer should be aware of before they purchase a solution. Most businesses will need some (or all) of these features in their tool:

Catalog creation Creates catalogs based on different categories such as product types, product price and type of service offered.
Content management Lets users create, edit and publish digital content across multiple sales channels.
Cross-selling functionality Suggests additional, related or complementary items to an existing buyer so that it can generate more sales for your business.
Content library Provides a centralized repository to manage content for the product description, images and metadata.
Pricing management Create price lists, price rules and manage your customers' specific pricing for the products available on the organization's own e-commerce page and other online marketplaces.
Product comparison Helps users compare the features or capabilities of multiple products.
Search functionality Lets users search products in the catalog by date, time, size, tags, etc.

What Type of Buyer Are You?

As you begin shortlisting various solutions for your catalog management processes, it's important to understand the type of buyer you are. This will help you make a list of your requirements and prioritize software features as "must-have" or "optional".

Based on our research, these are the three most common buyer types:

Small businesses: These buyers have a limited staff and it is very difficult for them to maintain the everchanging status of products and services. A catalog management tool can help them manage an extensive product database so that all the details are always accurate.

These buyers should start with basic catalog management features such as catalog creation and content management to update product information and avoid any redundancies.

Midsize businesses: These buyers deal with a comparatively higher volume of SKUs and customers, which requires some advanced catalog management features. They need to maintain data consistency and offer a better shopping experience to customers.

These buyers should look for key features such as search functionality and product comparison. These features will offer customers better recommendations and accurate search results.

Large businesses: These buyers are from large industries, such as manufacturing and distribution, and need to manage product catalogs using a customer's part numbers, or SKUs. These buyers should look for content management and cross-selling functionality, which will encourage their customers to make an additional purchase, thus increasing the overall revenue.

Benefits of Catalog Management Software

Before you start searching for catalog software, you need to realize how the tool will benefit your business in terms of productivity, efficiency, and scalability. In this section, we'll list the key benefits of catalog management software. Read on to assess the need for this software in your business.

Central repository for all product data: Catalog management software collates and indexes catalog data, such as product description, pricing and model, in a central repository. This repository helps you index parts, product size and other properties to categorize the information. Users can search through it based on key file attributes, rather than having to scan through multiple product folders.

Consistency across channels: Operating on multiple online marketplaces requires e-commerce sellers to update product data on all sites. However, manually retrieving product information from suppliers and then publishing it can be cumbersome. A catalog tool allows you to manage and edit all your online catalogs from a single dashboard. This ensures that product information is consistent on all channels and customers can easily find your product. It will also provide a good shopping experience to your customers.

Key Considerations Before Purchasing Software

It is essential to consider various factors before purchasing a solution. For instance, your shortlisted catalog solution may have all the relevant features but lacks in securing your data. Such instances aren't uncommon, which is why you need to do a thorough check before purchasing a solution.

Here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a catalog management tool:

What is the implementation time? This will depend on the type of software you choose—whether it's an integrated or standalone software. Integrated tools require a more significant investment of time and resources than standalone ones. Check with the vendor about the time it will take to implement the tool and train users.

What is the level of support offered by the vendor? Before assessing catalog management tools, think about your employees and the type of support (email, phone or chat) they would prefer. If a support option isn't available, check if the vendor provides support forums and discussion boards to help your employees resolve their queries.

Is the solution scalable? Choose a tool that is scalable in terms of the number of licenses or users. This will help you prepare for future growth as you will be able to add new users when needed. Businesses could opt for cloud-based solution as it provides greater flexibility—you pay for what you use and can easily scale-up as well. On the other hand, on-premise solutions require deploying additional hardware, which is expensive.

Does the vendor provide data transfer and synchronization services? Migrating from a legacy system requires transferring all your data to the new system. Most vendors include data transfer in the software license cost but others charge extra for it. In some cases, you may have to hire a third-party vendor to transfer data, which will increase the total cost of the software.