Denver—Surface Art, Inc., a family-owned tile distributor, has partnered with Tesserae Technologies and Nextworld, digital and technology solutions providers for the flooring industry.
Tesserae is a complete, end-to-end offering for the flooring space that extends Nextworld’s core no-code platform enterprise applications with functionality tailor-made for the industry, the company said. Tesserae will also deliver integrated tax compliance and transportation management to meet the needs of this specialty distributor of tile and tile-related products.
“Surface Art is always on the lookout for a competitive advantage,” said Kevin Stupfel, president, Surface Art, Inc. “The automation that Tesserae Technologies brings to our company will not only create harmony for our associates but will also allow us to service, communicate and interact with our customer base far beyond our current capabilities. We chose Tesserae over its competitors because of the industry knowledge it inhabits and the ability for the system to dynamically adapt to our unique needs, workflows and spontaneous ideas.”
David Drishpon, CEO of Tesserae Technologies, added, “We are excited to partner with Surface Art, Inc., on its digital transformation journey. They are a perfect flagship client because of their omnichannel sales strategy, multi-state distribution, manufacturing and fabrication operations. The power of no-code development gives our customers unrivaled levels of customization and integration, creating a bona-fide 21st century company for scalable growth and new business opportunities.”
Kylee McVaney, CEO of Nextworld, noted, “Core to Nextworld’s strategy is forging partnerships with industry veterans who know the needs of a particular space and can take our enterprise applications the last mile. David and his team have taken decades of tile and flooring industry expertise and applied it to an innovative, new solution. We are thrilled to see Tesserae’s traction in the market and to be powering the solution with our enterprise, no-code platform.”