TABcom Extends Relationship With Speed Commerce Through 2019

DALLAS, Aug. 24, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Speed Commerce, Inc. (NASDAQ:SPDC), a leading provider of ecommerce technology and omni-channel solutions for retailers, announced that TABcom LLC, parent company of and, has signed an agreement to extend fulfillment and customer care services through 2019.

TABcom is a pioneer in the specialty retail ecommerce and online space. In addition to, and, their family of web-based brands includes,,,, and TABcom has one of the preeminent portfolios of premium domain names in the industry with over 14 active ecommerce sites and 3,000 owned domains.

"We have enjoyed a mutually successful partnership with TABcom for almost a decade and we couldn't be more excited about our future together," said Richard Willis, president and CEO of Speed Commerce. "This extension clearly underscores the strength of our ecommerce services offering and demonstrates how our partnerships with online retailers grow well beyond pick, pack and ship fulfillment services to a trusted business partner."

Glen Demeraski, CEO of TABcom, commented: "With numerous successful brands operating under the TABcom umbrella, our partnership with Speed Commerce plays a critical role in our ability to deliver a customer experience that consistently exceeds expectations. Speed Commerce provides TABcom operational expertise and economies of scale that allows us to focus on growing our ecommerce marketplaces."

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

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