New eCommerce Platform Joins ShipCompliant’s Certified Partner Program

Karen Jackson
July 2, 2018

Sovos is pleased to announce its newest certified partner, Commerce7, a leading eCommerce platform in the beverage alcohol industry. Commerce7’s integration with Sovos’ ShipCompliant platform will allow wineries to ship wine direct-to-consumer with the confidence they are in compliance in a new, customer centric platform.

Larry Cormier, General Manager of ShipCompliant by Sovos, said, “We are excited about Commerce7 joining our certified partner program, as their solution is rightly focused on how to not just assist the winery, but also the winery’s clients through a user-focused platform. With more focus on eCommerce and wine club sales across the industry, it is important for us to add partners that will help grow this channel in a compliant manner. We are thrilled to be offering real-time compliance checks and the most granular alcohol-specific tax rates for every state and local jurisdiction to Commerce7 and their client base.”

Complex state requirements create a challenging environment for both regulatory bodies and wine sellers, culminating in compliance checks, which Sovos’ ShipCompliant platform automates for wineries shipping direct-to-consumer. To help businesses remain in compliance, ShipCompliant by Sovos has an extensive library of constantly updated, “rooftop level” accurate alcohol tax rates that pull in state and local tax rates for each customer, and forms required by each state and local regulatory agency. ShipCompliant by Sovos’ real-time tax rates and compliance checks via certified, integrated partners allow these wineries to grow uninhibited by compliance obstacles.

Commerce7 founder Andrew Kamphuis said, “We are excited about our partnership with ShipCompliant by Sovos. The ability to offer real-time compliance and alcohol-specific tax rates through the ShipCompliant platform saves time and reduces risk for our clients.”

Commerce7’s integration with Sovos’ ShipCompliant platform will give clients the ability to build their online presences focused on the end consumer. ShipCompliant by Sovos’ accurate and constantly updated tax rates allow wineries to remain compliant while growing their direct-to-consumer and wine club sales.

See how Commerce7 integrates with ShipCompliant. Request a Demo today!

About Sovos
Sovos offers a nimble software solution tailored to the unique compliance obligations faced by beverage alcohol businesses – ShipCompliant. Sovos’ ShipCompliant platform is the leading compliance and technology platform, automating registrations, tax calculations and reporting in the heavily regulated beverage alcohol industry. With ShipCompliant by Sovos, wineries, breweries, distilleries and other beverage alcohol companies can stay ahead of the latest regulatory changes impacting their business models. Learn more at

About Commerce7
Commerce7 is a customer centric commerce for the alcohol industry. It is an eCommerce, Wine Club, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform for DtC wine sales. Learn more at

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Karen Jackson

Karen Jackson is an account executive focused on mid-to large-scale organizations throughout the United States, including in California, DC, Georgia, New Hampshire, Tennessee, and Vermont. Her focus centers on helping companies’ unclaimed property departments get, and stay, compliant. Karen’s strengths are educating prospects on unclaimed property cloud based software and outsourcing service and to build and maintain strong relationships. Prior to joining the sales world, Karen’s background included education and law. To keep balance in her life Karen can be found dancing Argentine Tango in Iowa and everywhere she travels.
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