202120 Sep

VTEX and AWS Form Multi-year Collaboration Agreement to Deliver Direct-to-Consumer E-commerce Solutions to Global Enterprises

Summary

By extending and deepening our relationship with AWS to include Amazon’s expertise in global fulfillment and payment services, we’ll be able to transform our 20 years of experience in Latin America—the world’s most complex retail environment—into a true knowledge-as-a-service solution,” said Mariano Gomide, VTEX founder and co-CEO. “We already have a highly reliable transactional platform, and now we’ll use advanced services like machine learning to build algorithms that can capture front-end interactions and anticipate potential issues on the client side. AWS’s deep portfolio of cloud services, as well as its global infrastructure, give us the ability to create innovative new offerings with the proven security and scalability our customers rely on to grow their direct-to-consumer businesses.” “AWS has a long track record of helping the world’s leading enterprises accelerate their digital transformations to meet the changing needs of their customers,” said Greg Pearson, Vice President of Worldwide Commercial Sales, Amazon Web Services, Inc. “By leveraging AWS’s unparalleled portfolio of services and Amazon’s fulfillment expertise, global CPG brands can easily launch and scale direct-to-consumer digital commerce experiences that that drive brand loyalty, collect insights, and allow for rapid experimentation and innovation.” Enterprise Brands Succeeding with VTEX In 2020, Motorola launched 39 Motorola websites throughout the year as part of a unified strategy that has been growing revenue from digital commerce and boosting conversion rates by 25%, while reducing delivery times by 30% in Europe. By collaborating with VTEX, Motorola brought to life a global digital vision, including unifying B2C and B2B channels, enhancing the website and checkout experiences, and improving merchandising capabilities. Our platform enables our customers to execute their commerce strategy, including building online stores, integrating and managing orders across channels, and creating marketplaces to sell products from third-party vendors.

Source: Prweb

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