“TrueCommerce offers a broad set of supply chain applications that extend far beyond a traditional data transportation network that are categorically focused on digitizing, integrating, and automating commerce enablement, procurement, and fulfillment operations,” says the report.
TrueCommerce announced it was positioned in the Leaders category of the IDC MarketScape for Worldwide Multi-Enterprise Supply Chain Commerce Network 2021 Vendor Assessment report.
TrueCommerce, a global provider of trading partner connectivity, integration and unified commerce solutions, announced today that it was positioned in the Contender Category of the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Product Information Management Applications for Commerce 2021 Vendor Assessment.
TrueCommerce announced that it was positioned in the Contender Category of the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Product Information Management Applications for Commerce 2021 Vendor Assessment.
The IDC MarketScape report recognizes that one of TrueCommerce’s strengths is that “Foundry Product Manager was built in the cloud and has a modern API-first, microservices-based architecture.”
The Nexternal Platform from TrueCommerce connects merchants with both their B2B and B2C customers in a single platform. Rather than doubling their workloads, merchants can use this modern platform to handle their ordering, mobile POS transactions, and card processing needs. Though other companies seek to improve their B2B purchasing experiences amid the pandemic, Nexternal has been operational for years, helping give merchants peace of mind in choosing TrueCommerce over its competitors.
TrueCommerce's position as a leader in digital supply chain collaboration and connectivity is strengthened by this purchase.
TrueCommerce Announces Acquisition of DiCentral
Global B2B business and supply chain network platform provider TrueCommerce announced the acquisition of Houston based global B2B and API services provider DiCentral.
When retailers closed and later reopened their stores during the Covid-19 pandemic, century-old apparel manufacturer and licensor Trau & Loevner was in for a ride, tasked with managing a rapid falloff and spike in order volumes in a three-month span.
Lucky for the Pittsburgh-based business, which produces and screen-prints T-shirts under a large portfolio of licensed logos across categories like entertainment, colleges, beer, candy, automobiles and cereal brands, it already had a longstanding partnership with EDI platform TrueCommerce.