SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Elliot announces the launch of its Unified Commerce platform that provides global brands an enterprise solution that centralizes customer, order, and product management. Elliot connects and provides real-time access to 90+ online and offline channels, with support in 150+ languages and 160+ currencies.
From APAC, EMEA, LATAM, and North America, Elliot is fully integrated with the leading eCommerce platforms and marketplaces. In addition to its array of digital channel integrations, Elliot also comes integrated with leading POS software; providing its customers the ability to manage their catalogs on six continents with the click of a button.
With a centralized customer and order management system, Elliot provides a 360-degree view of global performance. Tracking consumer data across multiple shopping trips enables Elliot customers to create enriched shopper profiles and robust user experiences.
At its core, Elliot is creating efficient and smarter organizations with data. Elliot's CEO, Sergio Villasenor states, "Elliot is a people-first technology," reinforcing that statement by adding, "we built Elliot in a way that would enable our customers, and their organizations, to be smarter and more efficient by centralizing analytics, data, and insights." A recent study conducted by Pitney Bowes, a leader in global commerce, showed that over 91 percent of retail brands would need a unified commerce platform within the next three years in order to compete and meet market demands. Villasenor adds, "Today, brands manage disparate systems and have silos of lost data; with Elliot, we are removing those silos and providing a holistic solution built for the Future of Commerce."
Elliot is currently based out of San Francisco. In addition to Sergio Villasenor, former Solutions Architect at Onestop Internet, the team includes former Head of Marketing at Lyft, Lea Solimine, and former SVP of Mobile and Product of Souq.com, Sanjay Bhasin. Also a part of Elliot is its Advisor Board, which includes: Tumi's Chief Digital Officer Charlie Cole, Build.com's Chief Marketing Officer Ramy Mora, Tompkins VP of eCommerce Michael Zakkour, and various industry experts.