TORONTO (May 4, 2017) – Unata, the leader in 1-to-1 digital solutions for grocers, today announces their intent to integrate with Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions’ TCx™ Elevate digital commerce platform to offer Toshiba grocery retail customers a simplified, market-ready eCommerce and eCircular solution.
TCx™ Elevate is an extensible digital commerce platform that brings all retail channels, touchpoints and applications together to create engaging customer experiences and improve productivity. TCx™ Elevate will enhance a retailer’s existing capabilities with minimal impact to their current Point-of-Sale environment.
Grocery retailers who are current Toshiba customers and embrace TCx™ Elevate will have access to an out-of-the-box integration with Unata that will in turn provide an accelerated time-to-market for launching the Unata solution suite (eCommerce, eLoyalty, eCircular, eCoupons, eCatering and more).
“Launching an eCommerce or other digital customer experience in grocery can often take grocers months or even years to complete,” explains Chris Bryson, Unata Founder & CEO. “Our out-of-the-box integration with Toshiba’s TCx™ Elevate greatly simplifies and speeds up the amount of time required to launch any of Unata’s digital solutions. This is one of many pre-built integrations we’re building to reduce and simplify the go-to-market process for retailers.”
“Toshiba’s TCx™ Elevate is a simple way for our grocery retail clients to unlock new market opportunities at the intersection of eCommerce and grocery,” said Marc Faucher, Unata COO and CFO.
“In today’s fast-paced, rapidly-changing retail environment, it’s important that retailers can adapt in the most beneficial and cost-effective ways possible,” said Stephen K Markham, Senior Vice President Portfolio Management, Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions. “The integration between Toshiba’s TCx™ Elevate platform and Unata will offer a best-in-class path forward that will unlock new consumer centric opportunities, and help grocers keep up with the rapidly-changing retail industry.”