DALLAS, May 26, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Speed Commerce, Inc. (Nasdaq:SPDC), a leading provider of ecommerce technology and omni-channel solutions for retailers, has partnered with the Veterans Canteen Service (VCS), the resale entity for the Department of Veterans Affairs, to build and operate a direct-to-consumer ecommerce solution, including order management, fulfillment and customized customer care.
The VCS operates over 170 retail locations which provide a variety of products to its customer base of military veterans and their families. They are committed to providing exceptional quality, service and value by offering a wide range of products in health & beauty care, entertainment & electronics, gifts & stationary, and full lines of men's and women's clothing.
"Our multi-year agreement with the VCS is a testament to our fully-integrated ecommerce technology," said Richard Willis, president and CEO of Speed Commerce. "We are thrilled to have the opportunity to provide the millions of eligible VCS shoppers with a complete ecommerce solution that we expect to deliver a seamless online shopping experience. This engagement also builds upon our successful partnerships with the Army & Air Force and Navy Exchange Services, and we are proud to support their unique missions of better serving brave military members and their families."
Speed Commerce expects the new, fully-integrated solution to be live in time for the 2015 holiday season.
About Speed Commerce
Speed Commerce, Inc. (Nasdaq:SPDC) is a single-source provider of ecommerce technology and services that help retailers and manufacturers acquire new customers by providing personalized, relevant experiences. Services include ecommerce platform development; hosting, managed ecommerce, and marketing services; order and inventory management; pick, pack, and ship; returns processing; and 24/7 customer care. For additional information, please visit the company's website at www.speedcommerce.com.
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