IBM WebSphere Commerce Developer Business Edition SE - license + 1 Year Sof

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  • License + 1 Year Software Subscription and Support
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IBM WebSphere Commerce business solutions lets you deploy a wide variety of value chain initiatives - from a simple online sales channel, to strategic sourcing, to a completely integrated, multi-tier demand chain - all on a single platform. Automate, integrate and externalize best processes across your business (and beyond) to enable an extended enterprise - a network of employees, suppliers and partners collaborating to meet the full spectrum of customer needs. One size cannot fit all. Even if a system meets your needs today, it may not do so tomorrow. This platform provides the required extensibility and flexibility needed for you to adapt in the current shifting market environment.

Business Developer Edition is a powerful design and development systems, based on WebSphere Studio Application Developer (WSAD).

IBM WebSphere Commerce Developer Business Edition SE - license + 1 Year Sof is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from All the B2C and B2B components are comprised in a single starter store template, although the front-end code templates need work. Valuable Features:The promotion engine is definitively one of the highlights. Itfacilitates precision marketing and dynamic segmentation (based on theshopper’s insights and behavior). Business user can set up promotion and segmentation rules simply by dragging and dropping the component icons.Allthe B2C and B2B components are comprised in a single starter storetemplate, which is great for customers with B2B2C aspirations. Thetemplate was recently enhanced with new functions that facilitatedevelopment as well as integrations with third party systems.Improvements to My Organization:I can give you an example of ExtraLux, a Slovenian office supplier. They carved out an interesting business model. The core of this model was the decentralized stock - they moved the stock to the customers’ locations so they can never run out of supplies. The results was so impressive that the management decided to move the majority of sales operations online.Room for Improvement:The Product information Management is very basic, and the template for front-end coding could be improved.Use of Solution:I've used it for five years.Stability Issues:No issues encountered.Scalability Issues:No issues encountered.Technical Support:First level technical support is conducted via IBM partners (Creatim being one of them). The IBM partners are backed up with an excellent second and third level support provided by IBM technical service.Previous Solutions:We use various solutions, including Presta shop, and Symfony2. We leverage IBM Websphere for the most complex and demanding solutions.Initial Setup:Although quite complex, deployment is a very predictable process, if you follow the rules. The only issues you can expect are form the custom developed components.Implementation Team:I don’t think it is reasonable to preform the implementation without an experienced Websphere development team.ROI:It can vary, but normally ROI is seen between two to four years depending on the specifics of every business case.Cost and Licensing Advice:IBM is very flexible in this area. Various products can be covered by a single license, there are plenty hosting possibilities. From IBM Cloud Managed Service (managed entirely by IBM) and IBM Softlayer hosting, to partner hosting solutions.Other Solutions Considered:We chose Websphere in response to the market demands. We are a hybris partner as well but we haven’t implemented any hybris solutions so far.Other Advice:Prepare ahead. Extensive planning is needed, and try to leverage the out of the box components (there are many) to avoid unnecessary custom development costs. Find a reliable Websphere partner who can help you accomplish the recommendations mentioned above.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:Creatim is an IBM partner for e-commerce.
Date published: 2015-09-11
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