Digital River partners with VTEX to simplify global expansion
By Edlyn Cardoza
Digital River, an experienced global commerce enabler for established and fast-growing brands, recently announced a new partnership with VTEX, a fast-growing e-commerce platform in the world. Together, they have created an integrated solution for fast, simple, and risk-free cross-border selling. This partnership adds Digital River’s Global Seller Services of payments, taxes, compliance, fraud, and logistics to VTEX’s e-commerce platform, simplifying global expansion for mid-market and enterprise-level companies.
Global expansion is becoming increasingly complicated with region-specific taxes and ever-changing compliance rules. Together, Digital River and VTEX are providing brands with an end-to-end commerce solution that frees them from managing multiple vendor relationships to power their e-commerce sites. With Digital River’s solution integrated into VTEX’s platform, merchants can optimize revenue, accelerate implementation, and deliver exceptional customer experiences – all while reducing risk.
“Through this collaboration, VTEX customers will be able to leverage our experience and know-how to drive higher cart conversions while also avoiding many of the tax responsibilities and risks of international selling,” said Adam Coyle, CEO of Digital River. “This allows them to more efficiently expand their ecommerce stores, manage their operations and evolve their technology goals.”
VTEX’s microservices-based architecture combined with Digital River’s business and development tools enables clients to future-proof their businesses for global expansion with flexibility and speed to market.
“Entering new markets can be a daunting task – especially if brands lack the tools and partnerships that solve the complexities of global expansion,” said Amit Shah, chief strategy officer and U.S. general manager at VTEX. “We’re excited to partner with Digital River to provide our wide array of clients with an end-to-end commerce solution that helps to deliver payments, tax, compliance and fraud services in a streamlined platform.”
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