Tacit Knowledge Enables Retail and Ecommerce Solutions over Google Cloud
AUSTIN, TX: Tacit Knowledge enrolled for Google Cloud Platform Partner Program to bring out advantages of Google’s latest infrastructure for its retail customers. Tacit Knowledge is a subsidiary of Newgistics which is well-known for its retail solutions globally.
“Our objective is to field a complete digital and physical commerce solution to spare our merchant customers the pains of cobbling one together in an increasingly fragmented space.” said Todd Everett, CEO, Newgistics.
With the implementation of new infrastructure, Tacit enables its retail customers to access database dispersed over the internet within seconds and store data online with assured safety provided by Google. Additionally, retailers can upgrade their applications and websites to analyze the data and manage sales to make management decisions. Tacit is fully equipped to present best-in-class standards for retailers by integrating its services with Google cloud.
Tacit, the digital commerce consultancy, is also well-known for developing omni-channel commerce website with the help of SAP Hybris platform. The consultancy firm is a trusted partner of SAP Hybris and with the Hybris platform it redefined its retail solutions. Also, Tacit foresees to merge SAP Hybris platform with Google Cloud solution to present unique value for its customers to make retailing more efficient.
New and existing retail customers of Tacit can experience the implementation of SAP Hybris platform on Google Compute Engine. The dominant combination enables retailers to make custom arrangements in infrastructure as per their needs. Additionally, retailers can reduce the time to market and enhance zero downtime with the implementation of solution provided by Tacit Knowledge.
“We deliver the most complete digital commerce solution combining services and technologies that we’ve vetted and integrated. This empowers our merchant customers to focus on creating outstanding customer experiences from device to doorstep. Leveraging SAP Hybris for digital commerce is a big part of that strategy, and becoming a Google Cloud Platform technology partner is another significant step,” Everett added.
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