VTEX is a provider of cloud based e-Commerce Platform and Omnichannel solutions.
VTEX is the only multi-tenant commerce platform that unifies customer experiences across all channels into a comprehensive enterprise solution.
VTEX was founded in 1999 by Geraldo Thomaz, & Mariano Gomide de Faria. The company is headquartered in Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil, with presence in 28 countries.
VTEX is positioned as a platform player that enables a lot of that to happen in the wider marketplace, providing not just the tools to build a front end, but to manage the inventory, ordering and customer relations at the back end.
VTEX is based on a single-code, multi-tenant, scalable and extensible e-commerce platform. CIOs and Business Users find a high innovation capacity and a quick time-to-market when adopting the solution.
VTEX's end-to-end omnichannel commerce platform has several modules and hundreds of extensions developed and provided by the community of partners and developers. The main modules are: OMS (Order Management System), CMS (Content Management System), Logistics and Inventory, Pricing and Campaign Management, and a Data Base Service that serves as a Customer Data and Product Information (PIM/PCM).
VTEX is trusted by 40% of the top brands in the world including Sony, Disney, Whirlpool, Electrolux, C&A, Cencosud, Boticário, Avon, Lancôme, Walmart, Staples, Nokia, Fravega, Coca-Cola, Personal and Lego.
VTEX is backed by Softbank, Tiger Global, Lone Pine Capital, Endeavour Catalyst, Naspers, Riverwood Capital, Gávea Investimentos, Constellation Asset Management and others. The company raised $225M in Series D round on Sep 30, 2020. This brings VTEX's total funding to $365M to date. The latest round values VTEX at $1.7B post-money.
VTEX was recognized by the analysts from Gartner and Forrester, as a Global Leader for Digital Commerce. Thee company is also ranked on Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Digital Commerce.