Demandware targets large retailers with enterprise tool
Burlington, Mass. – Demandware has released the Demandware Large Enterprise solution, which combines services, technology and benefits optimized to meet the needs of large-scale, omni-channel retailers. The solution is powered by Demandware Commerce, a cloud platform that provides brand control, business agility and operational flexibility.
The solution includes a set of specialized services and administrative tools designed to optimize digital commerce operations throughout both pre- and post-launch phases, as well as support and accelerate continuous innovation and growth. Other features include strategic consulting, architect services, performance testing, operational dashboards, and an executive program and facilitated peer forums to optimize partnership and collaboration across the Demandware network
“Demandware has a successful track record supporting omni-channel retailers with complex, multi-site, global implementations,” said Jeffrey Barnett, COO of Demandware. “Our cloud infrastructure is battle-tested and scales to meet the needs of the largest retailers, and provides unparalleled levels of operational efficiency and innovation. With our Large Enterprise solution, we now offer a defined package designed to simplify execution and accelerate time to value for large retailers.”
Danish grocer automates merchandising
Albertslund, Denmark — Danish grocery chain Coop Denmark A/S has chosen Galleria to help automate and optimize its merchandising strategy and improve the customer experience within its more than 1,200 stores. Coop will roll-out Galleria’s cloud-based customer-centric merchandising solution throughout its family of supermarkets.
Coop Demnark A/S operates more than 1200 stores across Denmark under the following trade names: Kvickly, SuperBrugsen, Dagli’Brugsen, LokalBrugsen, Irma, Fakta and Fakta Q.
Early Bird Deadline for Retail Store of the Year
New York — Chain Store Age invites retailers, design firms, architects and suppliers to submit entries for its 32nd annual Retail Store of the Year design competition. Deadline for submission is December 23, 2013. There is a reduced entry rate for submissions received by Nov. 29.
The competition is open to stores and restaurants that opened between November 30, 2012 and December 30, 2013.
More than 20 competition categories are featured, including department stores, supermarkets, discounters, convenience stores, drug stores, specialty stores, and pop-up stores. This year, for the first time, the competition also includes the category of digital in-store innovation.
For information and an entry form, click here.
For questions, email Marianne Wilson at [email protected].