Vectorform Announces Working with Amazon as a Solutions Partner for Its Dash Replenishment Services (DRS)

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Vectorformlogo Vectorform Announces Working with Amazon as a Solutions Partner for Its Dash Replenishment Services (DRS)Vectorform, a solution provider to world’s leading brands in the field of Immersive Technologies, Mobile Experiences, Internet of Things, Smart Homes, Connected Vehicles and Wearable Technologies, in a recent statement, announced that it’ll be amongst the three companies working closely with Amazon in its Dash Replenishment Service (DRS) Solution Providers program.

The company’s connected device solutions on integration with Dash Replenishment, are capable of automatically reordering the whole inventory from Amazon, well before supplies start running low, to avoid out of stock scenarios.

According to Kurt Steckling, Vectorform CEO, DRS is a win for both device makers and consumers. Today’s consumers, have a liking for auto-replenishment and want shipments to arrive at their doorsteps well before, they even realize that they’re running low. DRS, is apt in this task, it by leveraging the IoT tech, empowers brands to anticipate consumers’ demands, to satisfy their replenishing needs.

Adding further, Steckling says that, what’s even more compelling from client’s point of view, is getting device usage statistics and insights, to help make an informed judgment prior to device-development, and smarter supply chain management decisions. DRS has a promising opportunity for companies, that think beyond the view of retailing and Vectorform, with its proven expertise, is ideal to guide manufacturers in developing connected devices.

According to David Jackson, general manager, Amazon Dash, as part of the DRS Solution Providers program, Vectorform lends its supporting hands to brands to quickly and easily build both hardware and software solutions, that can leverage DRS to their products to satisfy customers’ demands. DRS offers customers a complete peace-of-mind, as they don’t have to worry about running out-of-stock, because their connected devices can automatically reorder everyday essentials like coffee, laundry detergent, pet food, and more.