Two of Manchester’s leading software businesses, Pimberly and Lokulus, have announced they are officially partners, adding value to their impressive roster of clients and complementing each others’ eCommerce technology.
The signing comes following a number of previous collaborations, and a mutual industry respect for how each other does business and the attention to detail they both have for their customers.
Both businesses work with global names across retail, insurance and financial services, enabling eCommerce teams to provide the best experience for their teams and customers alike.
Lokulus transforms businesses with its digital customer service software that simplifies and enhances a customers’ digital experience with a brand; improving revenue, productivity and customer satisfaction.
Pimberly is an innovative cloud-based SaaS PIM/DAM (Product Information Management/Digital Asset Management) platform that streamlines all aspects of product data and digital asset management processes. The platform enables retailers, distributors, suppliers, and manufacturers to harness and enrich increasing volumes of product data, across multiple channels and regions. With Pimberly, businesses can drive better demand generation and increase sales by getting products to market faster, easily launching new products, and expanding overseas.
The partnership will allow each others’ clients to amplify their digital channels and use the expertise of each others’ teams to enhance their individual products.
Speaking about the announcement, CEO of Lokulus, Alister Harris said: “Collaboration is vital to success and having trusted partners in our network is essential for us to be providing the very best service to our clients. It’s a pleasure to partner with a fellow northern tech co and we look forward to working with the Pimberly team.”
Bruce Wright, VP of Sales and Channel from Pimberly, added: “Manchester has some of the UK’s most progressive eCommerce brands and the tech firms that support them are equally as progressive and ambitious, so it makes sense to partner with complementary businesses we respect, such as Lokulus.”