Virto Commerce strengthens Microsoft gold partnership by achieving co-sell ready status
Los Angeles, December 2019, Virto Commerce, a leading provider of B2B e-commerce software, today announced its strengthened Microsoft Gold competency, four new customer implementations on Microsoft Azure, and validation for Microsoft Co-Sell Ready status. Co-sell ready status allows Virto Commerce to deliver solutions hosted on Microsoft Azure technology for leading companies worldwide who choose Virto Commerce for their B2B e-commerce platform.
“Our increased market momentum and customer successes prove how Virto Commerce provides a unique opportunity for Microsoft technology-based solution providers to compete in the fast-growing enterprise B2B commerce market,” said Alexander Siniouguine, CEO and co-founder of Virto Commerce. “Companies worldwide are choosing Virto Commerce hosted on Microsoft Azure to build or re-platform their e-commerce solutions, including Heineken, Lavazza by Bluespresso’, Standaard Boekhandel, and Vivint.SmartHome.”
Virto Commerce offers a highly technically capable, scalable, and innovative B2B e-commerce platform solution available for the Microsoft .NET technology stack.
“Virto Commerce’s open source .NET e-commerce platform hosted on Microsoft Azure has been delighting customers worldwide, and we are challenging the market with our platform that meets the needs of the most complex e-commerce requirements,” said Evgeny Grigul, Virto Commerce co-founder. “We’ve been partnering with Microsoft on the technology side since the early days of Virto Commerce, so this achievement marks our reciprocal arrangement and creates a more complete collaboration.”
“For Lavazza by Bluespresso’, the clear choice was to recommend Virto Commerce for re-platforming their B2B commerce solution, coupled with Microsoft Azure on the backend,” said Dennis van Marle, CEO at rb2, a leading e-commerce agency partner in Europe. “We're pleased to see Virto Commerce earn Microsoft co-cell ready status and strengthen its gold competency status.”