How Sterngold Acquired an Ecommerce System Startup 

Sterngold decided to outsource its eCommerce venture to NaviSite and was able to get up and running in six months. This outsourcing decision helped Sterngold focus its efforts on customer satisfaction and support. NaviSite specializes in outsourced hosting and managed application services for businesses. The company also provides technical support to companies of all sizes and types. 


Sterngold is a world-class manufacturer of dental alloys, attachments, and restorative systems. The company partnered with NaviSite to implement a new eCommerce system to meet the demands of its business. It plans to use Microsoft Commerce Server to enhance customer experiences, as well as reduce monthly costs. The transition will take around six months. The new system will help Sterngold achieve its goal of a better customer experience. 

NaviSite specializes in solutions for Microsoft Business Solutions. It has a comprehensive product portfolio that includes customized applications for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Great Plains, Solomon, Navision, and Microsoft Commerce Server. It also offers optimization services for these software platforms. It has been working with clients to increase sales and improve their online experience. 

The company will continue to expand its managed cloud services portfolio with this acquisition. The deal will also expand its customer base and increase its addressable market. Its customers are increasingly adopting the concept of intelligent enterprise. It will also provide new opportunities to innovate, especially with SAP S/4HANA and SAP cloud technologies. 


Sterngold has acquired an eCommerce system startup called Scalefast, which specializes in data analytics and speed-to-market. The combined company will offer specialized D2C advertising campaigns and digital pop-up stores. The company also provides payment and logistics solutions. It claims to make global shopping easier. 

Scalefast has already been named one of the world’s fastest-growing companies. This is the second time it has been named on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 list. Its growth has been fueled by strategic partnerships and a management team that has successfully expanded worldwide. The Scalefast team has a diverse background and has been recognized for its robust growth. 

Scalefast was founded in 2014 and has changed the way brands approach DTC eCommerce. Since its launch, the Los Angeles-based company has grown steadily year-over-year, with the addition of new customers. The company expects to double its headcount and expand its footprint in 2020 and is attracting new partners and customers. 


In an agreement to acquire ShopperKit, Applied Data Corporation has acquired the eCommerce system company. This transaction will make ADC the leading provider of order management, production, and fulfillment software. The move will help grocers extend their brand online and manage in-store fulfillment, customer communication, and execution of online orders. 

The deal will also allow NCR to improve its capabilities and expand its eCommerce business. ADC also said the acquisition of ShopperKit is a strategic addition to its portfolio. Fulfillment expertise is in high demand, but few providers offer scaled solutions.