New GCommerce Website Introduces The 'Commerce Bridge'

New GCommerce Website Introduces The ‘Commerce Bridge’

The Commerce Bridge is a unified suite of solutions for digital distribution.

GCommerce has rolled out a new website full of product videos and fresh content explaining its new suite a solutions called the Commerce Bridge. Long known as a leading provider of electronic messaging in the aftermarket and industrial parts industries, recent acquisitions allow GCommerce to address many of the biggest technical challenges associated with digital distribution, the company says.

“Telling the story of how multiple technical services and solutions are pieced together to enable e-commerce in distribution can be challenging. But, our new website allows users to browse our portfolio of solutions and view short 90-second explainer videos, all without leaving our home page,” said Scott Luckett, vice president of industry strategy. “Our web development partners at American Eagle were very creative in the way they designed navigation that is natural and intuitive. Most important, it allows visitors to get the information they need in the shortest possible time.”

Recent acquisitions and development at GCommerce have added a product content management service, an automotive-focused e-commerce platform, a shipping management and fulfillment solution and a data analytics module. Put together with the Virtual Inventory Cloud, a supply chain visibility solution, and all built on the messaging foundation of EDI and IPO web services – the Commerce Bridge is a complete suite of technologies for suppliers, wholesalers and retailers, the company says.

GCommerce will be attending the AWDA annual meeting and will exhibit AAPEX following AWDA. Both events take place in Las Vegas, from Oct. 28-Nov. 1. Visit the company at AAPEX booth No. 3662 for more information about any of the e-commerce solutions available from GCommerce, or write to [email protected].

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