Sell Everywhere

Consider consumers in this new commerce setting; they’re shopping online and doing so in as few clicks as possible. The digital shopper seeks a seamless flow from product discovery to purchase with touchpoint convenience across all channels, and a richer, more curated shopping experience. People are looking to be a part of a community of brands and other buyers—to feel both connected and accommodated. Selling on all relevant channels ensures more accessibility to more buyers while maximizing the chance of brand discovery.


Deep Dive: Unified Commerce for the Channel-Agnostic Consumer

This free report forms part of our Innovator Intelligence series, which focuses on emerging technologies that are disrupting traditional retail and fueling innovation across the retail value chain.


Automation And Answers: FAQ with Project Verte

With the challenges presented throughout 2020, many eCommerce brands experienced a surge of increased activity. Keeping this in mind (while maintaining our social distance) Project Verte hosted a virtual warehouse tour and Mixology class, with CSCMP and Six Rivers Systems, to answer some of the most common 3PL questions from top eCommerce brands - while enjoying a much needed Happy Hour.

Thought Leadership

What is Unified Commerce and what does it mean to your customer?

At its core, unified commerce responds to the disruptive shifts in retail by merging the front end and back end systems into a single platform. In other words, it merges the omnichannel and multichannel for a more holistic system. By consolidating into one platform, brands can gain a single view of sales, networks, and inventory across digital and physical channels. It also allows merchants to gain a single view of customer behavior at every touchpoint irrespective of the channel. Through this agile technology, retailers can offer consistent shopping experiences.


Project Verte heralds deployment of Six River Systems’ fulfillment services at Atlanta-based DC

Waltham, Mass-based 6 River Systems (6RS), a provider of a provider of collaborative warehouse solutions and a subsidiary of multi-channel commerce platform Shopify, said last week it is working with Atlanta-based Project Verte, an e-commerce solution provider focused on helping brands grow and directly engage with customers, to support fulfillment activities at the Project Verte distribution center in Atlanta that fulfills orders for various retailers and brands.

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Project Verte at LTNA Savannah Conference 2020

Project Verte is heading to Savannah, Georgia for this year's Logistics and Transportation Association of North America National Conference.

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Why Supply Chain is Better on Blockchain

Our team built VerteChain from the ground up to support the needs of e-commerce and supply chain businesses. Although applications extend far beyond this industry, here we focus on how VerteChain can simplify interactions and data management along the supply chain. Through blockchain optimization, fully-transparent data management and streamlined control over assets, VerteChain’s platform reels in the complexities of supply chain for brands and logistics providers.


Is it fair to say that Project Verte is taking on Amazon but from a social impact perspective?

Think about Project Verte like a newer, improved version of Amazon, a Fourth Generation, so to speak. Although Amazon’s e-commerce revolution was necessary and impressive, it created a whole new world of chaos in the long run.


Businesses Need Better Brands: Brands Need Better Fulfillment

If you’re a retailer who planned on eventually harmonizing your products with the online breadth of goods, this health pandemic is not the nudge you anticipated to get going on a good idea. Rather, it’s been an unavoidable push on businesses and individuals alike, requiring informed navigation and a spirit for working together in local communities and as a global humanity.


Episode 059: Providing "Satisfillment" to Small Retailers

A Conversation with Padmanabhan Raman Project Verte.


Automated Warehouses Are The Environmentally Sustainable Answer To Fulfillment

How can brands meet the growing need for environmental sustainability? Two words. Automated Fulfillment.


Meet The Fulfillment Company That Actually Works For E-Commerce

Does your fulfillment service offer real-time inventory visibility and 2 hour order-to-shipping times? No?!! Black Friday might be a mess...

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