SAN FRANCISCO: In order to accelerate the adoption of best-of-breed innovative commerce technologies, PlumSlice has joined hands with Demandware Link Technology. PlumSlice through their partnership now intends to explore the opportunities of cutting-edge commerce technologies and applications. This initiative promises to help unlock revenue generating opportunities thereby enhancing great brand experience that are complementary to the Demandware Commerce platform.
PlumSlice has always been a leader in the development of collaborative product cloud applications for digital commerce ecosystems. PlumSlice Collaboration Suite applications are essentially the powerful tools that are able to optimize product information workflows with digital asset management, governance and integrated team collaboration.
The collaboration is aimed towards developing a pre-built integration between PlumSlice Collaboration Suite and Demandware Commerce, making it possible for Demandware clients to implement its eCommerce solution in a fraction of a time normally required. By reducing the cost and complexity of integrations, Demandware LINK allows retailers to adopt innovative third party technologies quickly and cost-effectively, allowing them to accelerate time to market and realize a faster ROI. “Efficiently and economically managing the rapidly changing digital commerce ecosystem is a challenge facing many global retailers-particularly in delivering powerful, consistent and relevant customer experiences across all digital touch point,” said Abnesh Raina, PlumSlice Labs, CEO and founder.
Demandware is an innovator in bringing continuously evolving best in class technology to the market in support of today's retail strategic requirements. As a certified link technology Partner, PlumSlice Labs offers retailers a fast and cost-efficient suite of applications to help optimize Demandware's game changing functionality. Raina goes on to say that “PIM+, powered by PlumSlice, is a tier one solution designed by retailers for retailers, with best in class design, architecture and a state of the art user interface.” “The result is to significantly reduce product catalog errors and omissions, improve new product time to market, and provide transparency and visibility to issues and bottlenecks before they begin to impact revenue and gross margin.”