Buy Online, Pick-Up In-Store Implementation
Aptos, KWI, SAP, NetSuite + Custom Integrations
The team at Virid has provided continued technical and strategic support to help our business grow over the years. We love working with them!”
Fast fashion eCommerce operates at a pace and volume that make fast, efficient back-end systems crucial. Women’s apparel retailers A’GACI and Windsor are just two retailers that Virid has worked with.
In fast-fashion retailing, high inventory volume and churn rates create a need for more capabilities in merchandising and inventory syncing. The intense pace also puts pressure on retailers to continuously update eCommerce sites with new product information and promotions.
Virid’s partner program offers fast-fashion retailers access to dozens of vetted, best-of-breed third-party vendors, ranging from fulfillment solution providers to marketing firms. This allows retailers to build out their tech stack with vendors they can trust.
To help keep products moving and inventory accurate, Virid builds custom integrations with an extensive range of product management/inventory management systems. These include real-time APIs to legacy file-based feeds with systems such as Aptos, KWI, SAP, and NetSuite and custom systems such as JASCI, Jesta, Oracle Commerce, Resale World, and JDA. When the right integration doesn’t exist, Virid’s experienced in-house senior development team creates one.
Virid clients have also benefited from merchandising power features such as bulk product actions, targeted workflows, detailed reports, and content automation.
Fast fashion retailers like Windsor and A’GACI have seen immediate improvements in eCommerce sales following implementation of Virid solutions.
- When Virid replatformed the eCommerce website of fast fashion retailer A’GACI, sales increased 106% year-over-year in the first week following launch.
- Average revenue growth in the first year for a Virid client is 46%.
- Virid clients typically see a 50% reduction in page load time.
Other results include a decrease in inventory overselling and improvement in order accuracy.