Their sophisticated order management platform is a great fit for the e-commerce platform integrations we do.
Ann Arbor, Michigan (PRWEB) April 09, 2013
Grand River, Inc., a leading e-commerce developer, announced a partnership with OrderMotion® Inc., the industry’s leading cloud-based order management company, to deliver innovative e-commerce solutions to their mutual clients.
Grand River’s services include e-commerce consulting, brand strategy, creative design, information architecture, usability expertise and system engineering. Their clients include several of Internet Retailer’s Top 500 firms and leading online merchants such as Gander Mountain, Zumiez, Steelcase, Pet Supplies Plus, Ford Direct and Lake Champlain Chocolates.
OrderMotion offers a cloud-based technology that plugs into the entire vendor network of storefronts, call centers, payment processors, customer service centers, fulfillment solutions, ERPs and financial packages to provide direct-to-consumer (D2C) campaign and order management.
“With OrderMotion’s cloud-based system OMX, online merchants realize greater cost efficiency and customer retention,” said Scott Robertson, partner and co-founder of Grand River. “Their sophisticated order management platform is a great fit for the e-commerce platform integrations we do with Magento and Demandware. It provides a robust solution that integrates the complexity of data on the back end with the marketing attributes of the front end.”
OrderMotion provides a SaaS enterprise order management platform that extends e-commerce web store capabilities by adding sophisticated order management and profit-generating retention tools such as auto ship and continuity management. With robust reporting and analytics, cross-channel self-service and CRM, as well as advanced tools for merchandise, planning & analysis (MP&A), product information management (PIM) and distributed order management (DOM), OrderMotion is a comprehensive solution that complements e-commerce platforms.
“We’re excited about this partnership with Grand River,” said George Winter, vice president e-commerce sales at OrderMotion, “and have the utmost respect for their knowledge and experience with multichannel e-commerce operations. Together we will bring our customers what we call ‘the science of retail’ – the complex mix of processes and rules that help online merchants build the seamless cross-channel experiences that power successful brands.”
As an OrderMotion partner, Grand River expands its e-commerce consulting expertise, adding order management system integration to its technical development, engineering and platform knowledge, as well as its creative design and online marketing services.
OrderMotion, the industry’s leading cloud-based order management company, enables e-commerce and D2C organizations to profit through retail science. As total e-commerce revenue continues is meteoritic growth, intelligence in order management, operational management and reporting and analytics will be the catalyst for remaining competitive in the complex world of omni-channel commerce and brand loyalty. OrderMotion’s sophisticated SaaS platform, OMX, enables merchandisers and marketers to leverage real-time data across their systems to drive revenue, increase customer lifetime value, and most importantly, enable higher profit margins. For more information visit http://www.ordermotion.com.
About Grand River
Grand River is an industry leading e-commerce design and development company, specializing in solutions for Fortune 500 firms, as well as mid-market retailers and multichannel companies. The firm’s core expertise is in the leading open source e-commerce platform, including Magento and Demandware. Clients include many of Internet Retailer’s Top 500 firms and leading online merchants such as Gander Mountain, Zumiez, Steelcase, Pet Supplies Plus, Ford Direct and Lake Champlain Chocolates. Grand River ranks as number 334 on the Inc. 500 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America and has offices in Ann Arbor, Michigan and Chicago, Illinois. Call 734.913.8000 or visit http://www.thegrandriver.com to learn more.