Sitecore Commerce lives (in between many travels)

I realize I’ve been far quieter with respect to blogging than I had intended. As I get ready to head off on another trip (because 101.5K miles flown this year isn’t enough), my long layover at Chicago O’Hare gave me a chance to reflect on just how fast the last few months have gone since Sitecore acquired Commerce Server last year. 

Sitecore Commerce is a comprehensive product portfolio aimed at providing a commerce solution for all enterprise needs. It is much broader in charter and scope than Commerce Server ever was, as what I had been working on constitutes just a component in the overall strategy. But, the sheer amount of work to get integrated and getting this to market has obviously required a considerable amount of time, focus, and cone of corporate silence. 

It’s been a phenomenal journey. And with the product and strategy now in-market, the proverbial cone of silence can be lifted. So expect to see a bit more on here. 

And, for a recap: 

Sitecore® Introduces Industry-First Enterprise .NET Experience Commerce Platform (Press Release)

Sitecore announced an early access program for Sitecore Commerce, powered by Commerce Server, the first enterprise-grade .NET customer experience management solution with fully integrated commerce functionality. The new offering enables marketers and merchandisers to deliver personalized and relevant digital shopping experiences from initial customer acquisition through online transaction using a single, connected platform.

  • Sitecore Commerce Unveiled: The First Enterprise-Grade eCommerce Integrated .NET CXM (CMS Critic)
  • Sitecore Marries .NET Customer Experience, E-Commerce (CMSWire)
  • Sitecore Fully Integrates e-Commerce into Experience Platform (Digital Tech Diary)
  • Sitecore Adds Commerce Solution to Its Experience Platform (DM News)
  • Sitecore Adds Editing and Asset Management Capabilities for E-Commerce Sites (The Hub)
  • Sitecore Premieres Sitecore Commerce (KM World)

For some additional information, check out Mark Floisand’s and my blog posts:

And with that…I have a plane to catch – onto corporate headquarters at Copenhagen for the next two weeks. 

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