GCommerce Announces Data Partnership With Edgenet

GCommerce Announces Data Partnership With Edgenet

Transaction and product data expertise are blended to support e-commerce.


DES MOINES, Iowa – GCommerce Inc., a provider of cloud-based solutions for electronic transactions in the distribution industry, has announced intent to partner with Edgenet, a cloud-based data management solution provider. The two companies says this partnership will blend the expertise of both organizations to deliver rich product information, which maximizes sales potential in both commercial and retail channels.

“GCommerce has been providing cost-effective EDI and transaction services to the vehicle aftermarket for most of a decade. But, the fast-evolving world of e-commerce always demands more content, such as images and product information that informs buying decisions,” said Steve Smith, president and CEO of GCommerce. “That is why we’ve partnered with Edgenet, a proven leader with vast experience in structuring, cleansing and syndicating rich product content that contributes to increased sales on and off-line.”

Steve Proctor, CEO at Edgenet, explained, “GCommerce is a leading transaction company and Edgenet is expert in product content. Together we can deliver greater value to suppliers, distributors and retailers across the automotive aftermarket and industrial industries. Our partnership is designed to provide the product content and robust ecommerce solutions needed by the retail and wholesale distribution chains in a mobile, Web-enabled industry.”

The partnership draws on Edgenet’s expertise and product information technology developed for automotive and industrial markets. Edgenet’s technology will be integrated with GCommerce to make full use of the rich product content in support of Virtual Inventory Cloud (VIC) and other GCommerce solutions.

For more information, contact GCommerce at 515-288-5850 or [email protected].

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