Innovate Faster With API-First Architecture

The Kibo Unified Commerce Platform is built using an API-first approach, allowing seamless integration with critical retail systems such as CRM, CMS, ERP, and warehouse management systems.

With Kibo, you can confidently meet growth goals and customer expectations across channels without compromising performance, security, or scale.


View Our API Documentation

Thumb through our Unified Commerce Platform documentation to see examples of the many tasks a developer will need to be familiar with during implementation.

Control And Extensibility At Your Fingertips

The Kibo platform boasts a collection of diverse applications that leverage the Kibo microservice API to augment or enhance the power of the Kibo platform.

Arc.js is a development framework built on the V8 Javascript runtime that allows server-side JavaScript applications to execute on the Kibo platform. With Arc.js, you can make deep changes to the Kibo platform by manipulating API operations through the HTTP request-response protocol or by interacting directly with underlying Kibo microservices.


Roll Out Modularly With Microservices

With Kibo’s microservices-based architecture, you can start with the products, services, and capabilities you need today, knowing that with us, you’ll easily be able to evolve your capabilities tomorrow.


API Without The Caveats

While other platforms expose APIs, they’re not truly API-first. Our methodology, meanwhile, is. We build from the API up and don’t retrofit from the functionality or platform.

That means that our platform updates are guaranteed not to break customizations, allowing you to innovate with confidence.