Retailers, Go Global Faster!
The Global Ecommerce Leaders Forum (GELF) is a community and series of events focused on global ecommerce. The upcoming conference in NYC on Thursday, September 27th will provide expert insights on tackling cross-border challenges through a variety educational sessions.
One solution to help retailers go global faster comes from the Workarea Commerce Platform, Smartling and Flow Commerce. Powered by the most modern commerce platform on the market, Workarea, combined with the revolutionary cross-border e-commerce solution, Flow Commerce, and sophisticated global content translation services, Smartling, retailers can seamlessly increase internationalization capabilities with little risk or added resources. What was once a complex undertaking is now a readily deployable solution for retailers with global ambitions. Finally, global merchants can grow international commerce with ease.
This new global solution is presented by:
For 20+ years, Workarea has helped retailers and brands outpace their competition. Our retail roots tell us the common success factor across top retailers is peak team performance. When commerce, content and insights are working together, so is your team. Collaboration occurs, efficiency rises, and the output is not only measurable but ever-evolving.
Smartling is the gateway for all companies seeking to accelerate growth from international markets. Smartling's Translation Management Platform is redefining the way brands enter new markets. Retailers can seamlessly increase internationalization capabilities with little risk or added resources. What was once a complex undertaking is now a readily deployable solution for retailers with global ambitions.
“A new generation of cross-border solutions and global ecommerce platforms are helping retailers and especially branded manufacturers sell direct-to-consumer in markets all around the world. The GELF team is thrilled to be able to bring together all these next-gen global commerce solutions for a day full of thought leadership, learning and sharing,” commented GELF co-founder, Kent Allen.