SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — GrubMarket BB #:301166 today announced it has completed the acquisition of Chicago-based Nova Libra, a highly reputable enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider which specializes in eCommerce and supply chain software solutions. Founded more than 23 years ago by Tom Greenhaw, Nova Libra has taken hundreds of projects from concept to reality. Its primary product offerings span enterprise eCommerce, product information management, and employee & vendor portals.
The company’s areas of expertise include custom application development, mobile applications, AI & machine learning, cloud computing, and large scale database management with an emphasis on Microsoft and Oracle technologies.
The company’s CORAL eCommerce and communications platform, which includes a complete API for point of sale (POS) integration, also caters to clients looking for a turnkey solution. This flexible and easy-to-use approach has enabled Nova Libra to cultivate and maintain its relationships with most of their large scale customers for over a decade. In 2021, Nova Libra was recognized by CIOReview as one of the “most promising eCommerce technology solution providers”. The company has securely processed billions of dollars of revenue to date, and its software products are used at thousands of locations across North America every single day.
“We are excited to join the GrubMarket team and welcome the opportunity to add our 23 years of advanced supply chain management experience to the food wholesale business. Customers including True Value, Michaels, FTD and Navistar have relied upon Nova Libra to provide excellence in software development and service. We are thrilled to learn that GrubMarket shares the same goals and has built out such a well-integrated and much-needed software solution to enable more streamlined eCommerce for the food supply chain industry. The mission to provide high quality, nutritious food to all market segments, especially those that are underserved, is a […]
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