"Demandware is an eCommerce solution that powers some of the largest online stores in the world."
Demandware Commerce provides the acceleration, activity, innovation, and excellent business solutions needed for mastering the always changing retail reality. The platform is designed to encourage consumer engagement through various devices, channels, and locations.
This cloud-based software offers its technology to eCommerce retailers to handle both core commerce functions and complex operations that their business lays ahead. Demandware's uniqueness is in its two-way use. It can be used not just for creating eCommerce websites, but also for linking partners' handles to it for store owners through Demandware’s LINK program.
When it comes to integrations with third-party applications, Demandware places itself as an omnichannel platform integrating eCommerce, POS, and order management into one program. This way, it eliminates all limitations and complexities of old-fashioned licensed and hosted application, so users can focus on the strategic business initiatives that drive growth without disruption.
Speed and Agility
Scalable, Secure, and Reliable
Superior Growth, Superior Economics
Publish and Syndicate Relevant Content
Connect Consumers to Products
Manage Product-level Inventory Availability
Central Customer Management
Integrations: MailChimp, Dell Boomi, Yotpo, Optimizely, Bynder, DataFeedWatch, Worldpay POS, Workato, Bronto, Talkable, ContactPigeon, Paysafe, Shipwire, Smartling, FoxMetrics, Fresh Relevance, VePlatform, Magnetic, and Salesforce.
Support: Knowledge Base, Online Support, and Phone Support.
This is a cloud-based service.
Yes, it offers an API.
The main users of Demandware are eCommerce store owners, from SMEs to big names like Adidas, Barneys New York, Brooks Brothers, Crocs, Ecco, FILA, Godiva, Kate Spade, Loreal, Lancome, New Balance, PacSun, Panasonic, Pier1 Imports, UGG, and more.
Demandware is generally used as a cloud-based eCommerce platform.
It is commonly used in tandem with Salesforce.