Digital River Integration With Gorilla Group Gives Brands A Fast Track To Global Growth On Adobe Commerce

Digital River Integration With Gorilla Group Gives Brands A Fast Track To Global Growth On Adobe Commerce

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MINNEAPOLIS – Digital River, an experienced global commerce enabler for established and fast-growing brands, announced today a partnership with Gorilla Group that will help brands expand their ecommerce operations with simplicity and expertise. With Digital River’s Global Seller Services now integrated within the Gorilla IQ solution for Adobe Commerce, both B2B and B2C brands now have an end-to-end ecommerce solution that brings them skill and scale to go global in a matter of weeks.

As brands seize the massive opportunity that ecommerce has to offer, it’s imperative to have the right strategy to enter new international markets. Digital River’s integration with Gorilla’s proprietary quick-launch commerce solution reduces the risk and complexities of going global, while bringing customers the localized experience they expect.

“Digital River’s mission is enabling global ecommerce expansion. Integrating with Gorilla’s product gives ecommerce brands an all-in-one solution that takes complexity out of the equation,” said Adam Coyle, CEO of Digital River. “Armed with a localized approach for payments, fraud mitigation, tax and compliance already built-in, brands can focus their efforts on things that matter most to them: their customer experience and go-to-market strategy.”

With Digital River’s Global Seller Services incorporated into Gorilla IQ for Adobe Commerce, brands looking to go direct benefit from an Adobe Accredited Partner Solution that offers onshore and cross-border options for both physical and digital products.

“B2B and B2C brands know that ecommerce is an essential part of any business in today’s world. With customers more inclined to shop online than ever before, businesses need to be willing to meet them where they are. Our partnership with Digital River will empower brands to do so efficiently, with an all-in-one solution that can launch in just a matter of weeks,” said Caleb Bryant, Director of Demand at Gorilla Group.

To learn more about how Digital River and Gorilla Group are simplifying ecommerce for brands looking to expand globally, please visit here.

About Digital River

With more than 25 years’ experience, Digital River has mastered global commerce. An industry disrupter from the start, our Global Seller Services simplify global commerce expansion to help companies of all sizes grow their revenue by offering shoppers a localized buying experience in over 200 destinations worldwide. Using our flexible APIs that combine payments, tax, fraud, and compliance into a single integrated solution, brands increase conversions, turning browsers into buyers as they sell anything to anyone, anywhere in the world. The chosen partner of more than 2,100 global brands across the Americas, Europe and Asia, Digital River is global commerce simplified. ​

Digital River is headquartered in Minneapolis with offices across the U.S., Asia, Europe and South America. For more details, visit

Digital River is a registered trademark of Digital River, Inc. All other company and product names are trademarks, registrations or copyrights of their respective owners.

About Gorilla Group

Gorilla Group, a Wunderman Thompson company, is an Agency, Consultancy, and Tech Company. In one. Here, strategy, business intelligence, experience design, technology enablement, and support and growth services come together to create innovative, award-winning commerce experiences for enterprise B2B and direct-to-consumer brands across industries. Named a Leader in Digital Commerce Services by Forrester Research, we are aligned to help brands connect with their customers across the entirety of the customer journey, or at any point along the way.


Kim Insley
Strategic Marketing Manager
Digital River
+1 763.442.0795

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