Manila, Philippines — Prosperna announced a strategic partnership with Omnirio to enable Philippine retailers to accelerate digitization.
“The Philippine retail environment is undergoing massive disruption due to the rapid change of consumer behavior, ” describes Dennis Velasco, Prosperna’s CEO. He adds that partnering with Omnirio will enable joint Prosperna and Omnirio customers to be able to automate their inventory operations so they don’t go out of stock and miss out on any sales opportunities. With Omnirio, retailers are now able to easily manage ecommerce operations and grow their online businesses across Lazada, Shopee, Prosperna, Zalora and other online platforms through powerful integrations and real time data.
Today, Omnirio helps drive over USD $ 10 Billion in Gross Merchandise Value (GMV) through their platform by working with some of the largest brands in the world that operate in the Philippines like Jockey, Giordano, Marks and Spencer, Lacoste and New Era.
Prosperna is also making it extremely easy and very affordable for Philippine micro small and medium sized businesses to accept online orders from their own online store, Facebook, Viber and WhatsApp, offer digital payments and automatically book shipping. Merchants of any size can set up their own online store in minutes directly from their mobile phone or from a browser without any coding experience. And now with Omnirio, customers can deliver their products faster and cheaper with better inventory visibility across multiple locations.
Today, over 3,000+ merchants use Prosperna to sell on the internet, inside social media and across marketplaces like Lazada and Shopee. Many Philippine manufacturers and retailers like Prime Agri Supply, The Printerie and Mondial Direct have grown their business online using Prosperna as their eCommerce platform of choice.
“99% of the companies in the Philippines are MSMEs so with the launch of our partnership with Omnirio, we aim to help Philippine retailers simplify their eCommerce and make inventory management easier,” said Velasco.