Vcommerce Corporation and CrossView, Inc. form Strategic Partnership for End-to-End eCommerce Solutions

Katie Evans

SCOTTSDALE, AZ – January 13, 2009 – Vcommerce Corporation (www.vcommerce.com ), the leader in SaaS eCommerce services and CrossView, Inc (www.crossview.com), a pioneering provider of cross-channel retail and commerce solutions, announced today their strategic partnership. The two companies plan to leverage a combination of CrossView’s proven history of integrating IBM Websphere Commerce joined with Vcommerce’s robust Order Management and Order Fulfillment platform. These offerings together will present online retailers with the most complete end-to-end eCommerce solution available.

“By going to market with a pre-integrated combination of IBM Websphere and Vcommerce’s Order Management/Order Fulfillment platform, we can offer online retailers combined functionality that, before now, hasn’t existed anywhere,” said Bob Tuttle, CEO of Vcommerce. “Together we feel we can improve the entire web experience by ten-fold for the end-consumer. This will, in turn, provide a faster, larger return on investment for retailers.”

Vcommerce has been the leader in SaaS eCommerce solutions for more than a decade, developing state-of-the-art Order Management and Order Fulfillment solutions for enterpriselevel online retailers. With integrations to over 3000 drop-ship suppliers and warehouses as well as a highly scalable system currently processing over 10 Million purchase orders annually, Vcommerce offers cutting edge technology which has stood the test of time.

CrossView has gained both experience and expertise over the last decade through countless implementations of WebSphere Commerce and has a host of satisfied customers to prove it. Their senior architects have unparalleled design capabilities, and their performance team is second to none. CrossView consultants are IBM Certified Solutions Experts on WebSphere Commerce. Their Project Management staff employs best of breed methodologies for developing eCommerce solutions with complex and rapidly-changing business requirements.

“Our goal has always been to help companies implement tools and functionality that make the customer’s experience better across all channels,” said Mark Fodor, CEO of CrossView. “This partnership leverages the best of the best in the eCommerce world and gives retailers more control and visibility into their online channel than they’ve ever had before. By combining our companies’ knowledge and experience, we’re giving online retailers what they need for their cross-channel operations.”

About Vcommerce Corporation
Vcommerce is the market leader in Order Management/Order Fulfillment eCommerce ondemand platform solutions. The company provides the most comprehensive suite of best-inclass capabilities which includes order management, order fulfillment, supplier integration, and customer service. Using a high performance SaaS (Software as a Service) platform, Vcommerce processes billions of dollars of revenue annually for its clients. Vcommerce customers span retail industry segments and include major brands such as Target, Overstock, Barneys New York, Callaway, and BJ`s Wholesale Club. Located in Scottsdale, Arizona, the company is a subsidiary of Internet Capital Group (Nasdaq: ICGE). For more information, please visit www.vcommerce.com or call 480.922.9922.

About CrossView, Inc.
CrossView, Inc. empowers merchants to deliver an integrated consumer experience and optimize transactions for all customer touch-points. Leveraging IBM`s WebSphere Commerce backbone and its Retail Integration Framework, CrossView`s innovative approach eliminates the informational and functional silos that typically exist between a merchant`s storefront, call center, and website. This integrated solution creates operational efficiency and an improved customer experience. Based in Santa Clara, California, CrossView is a privately-held company. For more information, please visit www.CrossView.com.

Kate Murphy
Director of Marketing
Vcommerce Corporation


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