Naveo’s headless eCommerce engine, fulfilment functionality encompassing order management through to picking and the last mile delivers innovation in a challenging year for online grocers
Naveo Commerce, a unique end-to-end eCommerce, OMS and fulfilment technology provider, is pleased to announce that Moris Chemtov, CEO at Naveo Commerce, will present at the Stifel GMP Online Grocery Virtual Conference on Wednesday February 17, 2021 at 10:00 am EST. This conference will bring together leading eCommerce grocery businesses to discuss how this rapidly evolving industry is impacting the retail landscape.
Mr Chemtov will share insights from the Naveo customer base following a dramatic year for grocers. Naveo customers have used our headless eCommerce engine, fulfilment functionality encompassing order management through to picking and the last mile to introduce order-on-demand convenience to online grocery. This requires a radical, innovative approach to maintain profitability. Mr Chemtov will explain how this has been introduced across a large store base in a very challenging trading environment.
In addition, Mr Chemtov will highlight his thoughts on future trends within the Online Grocery Sector which will continue to see massive change.
Naveo Commerce is an international end-to-end eCommerce, OMS and Fulfilment technology company helping SMBs and Enterprise across all retail segments to manage and grow their business online. The company was founded in 2020 following the merger of Digital Goodie and Maginus, unifying cloud-based Headless Commerce expertise, Order Management Systems and Fulfilment solutions to establish one of the only companies globally to be able to offer entire end-to-end commerce support to retailers. The Maginus partnership with Magento and Episerver continues to operate as part of a consulting arm sitting under the Naveo Commerce brand. The company is financially backed by Black Dragon Capital.
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