Demandware

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Demandware
Type Private company
Founded 2004
Headquarters Woburn, MA, United States
Key people John Pearce, President & CEO, Stephan Schambach, Executive Chairman & Founder
Industry eCommerce, software development
Website www.demandware.com

Demandware is a private eCommerce merchant based out of Boston, MA. Founded in 2004 by Stephan Schambach,[1] Demandware develops eCommerce software technology for online retailers with branches in San Francisco and Germany.[2] Known for their On-Demand eCommerce platform, they are a customizable eCommerce merchant. Their products include merchandising tools, site control and catalog management. Included with their products are online instructor classes, on site classes, hands on training, and a 24/7 knowledge support base. There are two ways to deploy Demandware: Create and launch the website yourself, or use a Demandware partner to facilitate the launch.[3]

Clients

Demandware currently serves over 50 clients including Playmobil, Sanrio, Nine West, Sally Beauty Supply, Zabar's,[4] Bare Escentuals, House of Fraser, Compact Appliance, The Timberland Company, Dutch Gardens, and Gardener’s Supply Company. In 2006, Sanrio announced the launch of their new eCommerce site with Demandware.[5] Also in 2006, Bare Escentuals launched bareminerals.com with the Demandware platform.[5] Early in 2007, Demandware launched Playboy’s new eCommerce sites: shopthebunny.com and playboystore.com.[6] Also in 2007, Demandware launched 10 country sites for toy manufacturer Playmobil.[7] Later in 2007, Demandware launched Sally Beauty Supply’s new eCommerce site.[8] Most recently in 2008, PFSweb announced the launch of an end-to-end solution for Roots Canada Ltd. that features the Demandware eCommerce Platform and integration.[9]

References

  1. Ricciuti, Mike (6 October 2004). "Start-up targets e-commerce on demand". CNET News. http://news.cnet.com/Start-up-targets-e-commerce-on-demand/2100-1017_3-5399758.html. Retrieved 2008-08-28. 
  2. http://www.demandware.com/Demandware%20Expands%20European%20eCommerce%20Operations/pr_2007_12_20,default,pg.html
  3. http://demandware.com/eCommerce%20Strategy%20+%20Planning/strategy,default,pg.html
  4. Wolfe, Sean (12 February 2006). "Demandware Gets $12M". Red Herring. http://www.redherring.com/Home/15706. Retrieved 2008-08-28. 
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Sanrio, Inc. Selects Demandware eCommerce Platform to Improve Online Customer Experience and Introduce New Products; Creator of Hello Kitty and Other Popular Characters to Launch New eCommerce Shopping Site This Holiday Season". BNET Business Network. September 5, 2006. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_2006_Sept_5/ai_n16703715. 
  6. "Playboy.com Expands eCommerce Operations with Demandware Platform". AllBusiness. February 13, 2007. http://www.allbusiness.com/marketing/direct-marketing/3940595-1.html. 
  7. "Playmobil chooses Demandware tech". Boston Globe. June 7, 2007. http://www.boston.com/business/ticker/2007/06/playmobil_choos.html. 
  8. "Sally Beauty Supply taps Demandware". Boston Globe. July 19, 2007. http://www.boston.com/business/ticker/2007/07/sally_beauty_su.html. 
  9. "PFSweb Selects Demandware to Power New End-to-End eCommerce Solution". General Catalyst Partners. February 11, 2008. http://www.generalcatalyst.com/news/view/1750. 

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