The business has re-architected its platform on AWS to give the efficiencies and insights needed.
Neto rebuilds in AWS to achieve global goals
Neto caters to thousands of independent retailers, describing itself as a “retail management platform”. The company says it is the only Australian retail platform offering a complete solution for eCommerce, POS, inventory, fulfilment, and analytics. Neto customers can manage their online store and offline store, as well as their marketplaces on such platforms as Amazon and eBay.
Neto has about 3000 Australian retailers, with revenues ranging from $250,000 to large well-known companies such as Spotlight, Anaconda and Harris Scarfe.
While Neto has a presence in 16 countries, this is by virtue of the international trading arm of its Australian customers. However, Neto sees the US as its next market. Along with setting up a physical sales and service office in Denver, Colorado, the Australian-based Neto engineering team had to look at the infrastructure and ensure it was ready to operate at global scale.
Neto’s founder and chief executive Ryan Murtagh and vice-president of Engineering, Justin Hennessy, explain they made a decision two years ago to migrate to Amazon Web Services (AWS). This also included rebuilding the infrastructure as code from the ground up In order to ensure resilience and stability to expand globally.
One of Neto’s big drivers for re-architecting was to automate all aspects of pushing code into production, deploying application servers, and other aspects of the tooling.
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