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Headquartered in Boston, USA, Salsify has grown from strength to strength since its inception in 2012. Securing a Series F funding round in April 2022, Salsify’s total funding to date amounts to $452.6 million. Overall Salsify has had 12 investors, including Permira and TPG.

Focusing largely on allowing their customers to gain success on the “digital shelf”, Forrester’s Q2 2021 PIM Wave named Salsify a leader and a “visionary and fast mover in the PIM space and commerce.”


In 2016, Salsify announced on their blog they were moving towards a Microservices architecture. Although they now speak of this very little on their own site and documentation, Salsify’s platform is created as a set of microservices. In 2018, Salsify co-founder and CMO Rob Gonzales wrote of how the company had broken up its original monolithic platform and converted it into containerized microservices. New features were then built as separate projects.


Salsify’s website offers a comprehensive API (Salsify Supplier Experience Management API Documentation) and webhook guide (Salsify Product Experience Management Developer Hub). Salsify supports both REST & GraphQL APIs. Salsify’s in-house team works directly with retailers to guide the creations of APIs. Some of the API integrations Salsify offers includes Accenture, Adobe, and Walmart.

Cloud Native

Salsify is a completely cloud-based SaaS platform, compliant with SOC 2 Type 2, meaning customers can host all of their product data and information on the cloud and not on their own internal servers. New or updated functionalities are updated quickly with no downtime. Salsify has been a multi-tenant solution since its inception and offers no single-tenant option. Salsify’s utilization of cloud services provides adequate scalability for companies experiencing growth.


Offering several customizable options, Salsify is, to a degree, a composable platform. Salisfy themselves, however, do not refer to themselves as composable, nor refer to many of their features as composable, specifically.


In December 2020, Salsify launched its Commerce Experience Management (CommerceXM) platform. CommerceXM allows customers to optimize a growing number of digital touchpoints, including IoT devices, messenger apps, and voice enabled assistants.


Having previously been a monolithic platform broken down into microservices and modules, Salsify offers much flexibility to customers. In addition, Salsify’s extensive API documentation and integrations allow customers to utilize a vast number of connections, including those which contribute to Salsify’s headless offering. With no downtime for upgrades and no hardware integrations to use their platform, Salsify could be described as cloud native, with this also offering exceptional advantages to companies looking to scale.


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