Kama Flow, together with Moscow Seed Fund, invested in the EcomCom platform, a service for managing the catalog of goods and controlling product residues in warehouses, which allows you to accept orders from popular marketplaces, online stores in one interface.

Investments will be directed to the expansion of the partner network and technological refinement of the platform, including the development of new directions. The number of registered users of the service has exceeded one thousand entrepreneurs from the e-commerce segment, and this year the company plans to attract the main Russian trading platforms and switch to connecting international platforms.

Eduard Adamyan, Partner of Kama Flow: "The marketplace has changed the structure of the online retail market, and their development continues to influence both consumption patterns and production and logistics business. The deal with EcomCom is a bet on the success of the SMB segment in online retail, as well as the massive transition of sales of the manufacturing business to digital."