Modular Ecommerce Arcitecture

Modular Ecommerce Arcitecture

Powering the Next Wave of Digital Commerce

Careers:

Leadership:

Faisal Masud

CEO

Ryan Bartley

Co-Founder

Location:

Bellevue, WA

Since:

2021

Status:

Current

Stage:

Early Growth

Investments
Software
Modular Ecommerce Arcitecture

Modular Ecommerce Arcitecture

Software
Modular Ecommerce Arcitecture

Modular Ecommerce Arcitecture


Powering the Next Wave of Digital Commerce



Careers:

Leadership:


Faisal Masud

CEO

Ryan Bartley

Co-Founder

Location:

Bellevue, WA


Since:

2021


Status:

Current


Stage:

Early Growth


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Fabric enables merchants to access best-of-breed applications across their entire technology stack without requiring extensive developer resources, empowering them to compete effectively against digital titans.

Fabric offers a modular solution that is composed of several frontend and backend applications as well as an API layer designed to unify a merchant’s commerce experience across touchpoints. Before Fabric, merchants were forced to adopt legacy monolithic platforms that restrict customization and undergo lengthy replatforming processes.

Fabric’s solution is designed specifically to fit the needs of merchants looking for flexible ecommerce architecture without requiring extensive developer resources. It enables merchants to seamlessly choose any or all of Fabric’s pre-built modules and easily connect their existing infrastructure to Fabric’s platform.

We love their vision to build a platform that will democratize access to best-in-class digital architecture and empower merchants to compete effectively against the digital titans. With several notable customers already up and running, Fabric is well on its way to building a market defining platform for digital commerce.