According to Gartner, Salesforce Commerce Cloud belongs to the eCommerce “leaders” and is one of the fastest growing eCommerce platforms solutions worldwide. Founded in 2004, it started as Demandware before it got acquired by Salesforce in 2016.
According to Gartner, Salesforce Commerce Cloud belongs to the eCommerce “leaders” and is one of the fastest growing eCommerce platforms solutions worldwide. Founded in 2004, it started as Demandware before it got acquired by Salesforce in 2016. One of the key benefits of the solution is to provide a SAAS eCommerce platform that allows brands to deploy eCommerce sites internationally in a relatively short time-to-market compared to its major competitors such as IBM WebSphere, Oracle ATG and SAP Hybris. Given the international footprint of the solution, some brands decided to roll out their Salesforce Commerce Solution in APAC, either through domestic or cross-border e-commerce solutions.   1. Bossini The Hong-Kong based retailer with nearly 1,000 stores across Hong-Kong, mainland China, Taiwan, Singapore, the Middle East and elsewhere was a bit latecomer to digital commerce. The company is now partnering with Salesforce Commerce Cloud since February 2015 to support its online growth ; 3 localizations have been developed: Hong-Kong, Taiwan and China. Bossini is planning to duplicate it in other countries. They are also increasing the utilization of omni-channel capabilities to perform online and offline integrations as part of their eCommerce strategy.   Bossini’s Taiwanese desktop website version Bossini’s Taiwanese mobile website version   2. Samsonite Samsonite is a leading luggage manufacturer and retailer, specializing in strong, lightweight, and innovative suitcases. With ambitions to extend its development within the APAC markets, Samsonite decided to use Salesforce Commerce Cloud. A solution that has been chosen at a global level to easily deploy new localizations. Hong-Kong, Singapore and Australia were among the first to be deployed; Thailand has just been deployed and is now live. Taiwan should come next.   Samsonite’s Hong-Kong desktop website version Samsonite’s Hong-Kong mobile website version   3. Clarins Clarins is a French luxury skin care, cosmetics and perfume company which manufactures worldwide prestige quality products. Regarding eCommerce, the company had above others, one main concern: localize the brand. Which means, ensuring the brand translates accurately into each market, while maintaining a consistent brand experience worldwide. Regarding this, Clarins has chosen Salesforce Commerce Cloud to scale with efficiency, worldwide including the APAC region. 8 are currently live including Honk-Kong, China, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Australia.   Clarins’s Korean desktop website version Clarins’s Korean mobile website version   4. Calvin Klein The American fashion house Calvin Klein owned by PVH Corp has started its global eCommerce expansion strategy in 2014.  To reinforce the brand identity across Europe, North America, South America and Asia, while also creating a personalized shopping experience within each individual market, the company has chosen Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Asian implementations have started in 2015 with a centralized inventory for Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Macau, New Zealand, Singapore and Taiwan.   Calvin Klein’s Hong-Kong desktop website version Calvin Klein’s Hong-Kong mobile website version   5. Lancôme Lancôme, one of the world’s most recognized beauty brands part of L’Oréal group, understood and anticipated pretty early the changing face of retail and the way people get informed and buy products. The brand has launched a global Omni-channel strategy with a strong consumer centric approach to build one to one relationships and reinforce the brand experience. To support the strategy Lancôme made the choice of Salesforce Commerce Cloud for its online sales activities.   Lancôme’s Chinese desktop website version Lancôme’s Chinese mobile website version   6. Abercrombie & Fitch Time to market would resume the choice of the global fashion retail group A&F for Salesforce Commerce Cloud platform for the development of 10 new sites across Asia including China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan. All sites are obviously mobile-optimized through responsive web design. Regarding the first implementations, the group has gained speed, agility and operational efficiencies thanks to the cloud based platform.   A&F’s Hong-Kong desktop website version A&F’s Hong-Kong mobile website version   7. Adidas 6 years ago, the leading sporting goods has chosen Salesforce Commerce cloud to sustain its global eCommerce expansion strategy. Agility and scalability where key to succeed online according to the group. And it works, it’s now more than 50 eCommerce sites in more than 25 countries including Asia. This, without compromising on proximity with customers thanks to Omni-channels initiatives which includes digitizing its stores and delivering a “buy anywhere, fulfill anywhere” shopping experience. Will China be one of the next ones ?   Adidas’s Hong-Kong desktop website version Adidas’s Hong-Kong mobile website version   8. Pacsafe Pacsafe is a brand that provide security travel equipment. They design and manufacture high quality travel equipment that prevent theft and protect travelers' possessions. Pacsafe has selected salesforce Commerce Cloud to sustain its new brand position and create a unique shopping experience through an efficient content management solution: BlogLINK to consolidate the content to commerce strategy.   Pacsafe’s global desktop website version Pacsafe’s global mobile website version   9. Kiehl’s Kiehl's is an American cosmetics brand retailer that specializes in premium skin, hair, and body care products and part of L’Oréal group. The brand was looking for a solution that could sustain its O2O strategy. Why? Because omni-channel clients represent 8% of its total active customer base, and that these customers spend 135% more than online-only shoppers, and 121% more than store-only shoppers.   Kiehl’s Chinese desktop website version Kiehl’s Chinese mobile website version   10. Lacoste To break into the Chinese market ant its 730+ million online shoppers, Lacoste has made the choice of Salesforce commerce cloud. The challenge was to deliver quality online experience to Chinese consumer used to search and shop online products on marketplaces such as Tmall or JD.com. To succeed on this new market, the brand worked on a tailor eCommerce platform.  Lacoste Korea is also live.   Lacoste’s Chinese desktop website version Lacoste’s Chinese mobile website version
It’s official, SAP Hybris has made us Gold Solution Provider Partner! What’s Hybris by the way? Hybris was born in 1997, as one of the first multichannel ecommerce and product content management (PCM) software. In 2013, it was acquired by SAP to become SAP Hybris.
It’s official, SAP Hybris has made us Gold Solution Provider Partner! What’s Hybris by the way? Hybris was born in 1997, as one of the first multichannel ecommerce and product content management (PCM) software. In 2013, it was acquired by SAP to become SAP Hybris.  It is now is one of the leading omni-channel digital commerce solutions on the market. It helps integrate all digital and physical customer touchpoints onto a single platform – including online, mobile, point-of-sale, call center, social media and print.  In China, some of the most successful retailers have chosen Hybris to strengthen their digital ecosystem. Watsons, Cache Cache, or Benefit Cosmetics are part of these. SAP Hybris & altima° altima° has received earlier in October one of the greatest distinctions from SAP, becoming SAP Hybris Gold Solution Provider Partner. This distinction comes in recognition of altima°’s quality work on SAP Hybris. Our team, which counts more than 25 specialized Hybris engineers, conceptualizes, develops, maintains, and hosts high value-added omni-channel ecommerce solutions. With over a dozen of references, we have demonstrated our capacity to build innovative platforms in different industries using a SAP Hybris basis. As a SAP Hybris Gold Solution Provider Partner, altima° will now enjoy special support from SAP Hybris's team to deliver best quality and timely solutions to customers. Feel free to reach out to ask for more information.
It’s official, SAP Hybris has made us Gold Solution Provider Partner! What’s Hybris by the way? Hybris was born in 1997, as one of the first multichannel ecommerce and product content management (PCM) software. In 2013, it was acquired by SAP to become SAP Hybris.
It’s official, SAP Hybris has made us Gold Solution Provider Partner! What’s Hybris by the way? Hybris was born in 1997, as one of the first multichannel ecommerce and product content management (PCM) software. In 2013, it was acquired by SAP to become SAP Hybris.  It is now is one of the leading omni-channel digital commerce solutions on the market. It helps integrate all digital and physical customer touchpoints onto a single platform – including online, mobile, point-of-sale, call center, social media and print.  In China, some of the most successful retailers have chosen Hybris to strengthen their digital ecosystem. Watsons, Cache Cache, or Benefit Cosmetics are part of these. SAP Hybris & altima° altima° has received earlier in October one of the greatest distinctions from SAP, becoming SAP Hybris Gold Solution Provider Partner. This distinction comes in recognition of altima°’s quality work on SAP Hybris. Our team, which counts more than 25 specialized Hybris engineers, conceptualizes, develops, maintains, and hosts high value-added omni-channel ecommerce solutions. With over a dozen of references, we have demonstrated our capacity to build innovative platforms in different industries using a SAP Hybris basis. As a SAP Hybris Gold Solution Provider Partner, altima° will now enjoy special support from SAP Hybris's team to deliver best quality and timely solutions to customers. Feel free to reach out to ask for more information.
After Sydney in August, Demandware will organize its annual Retail Connect Customer Conference in Shanghai, China on September 14. This cloud conference program across Asia Pacific region will be heading to Tokyo two days later.
After Sydney in August, Demandware will organize its annual Retail Connect Customer Conference in Shanghai, China on September 14. This cloud conference program across Asia Pacific region will be heading to Tokyo two days later. Demandware is a software technology company providing a cloud-based e-commerce platform, as well as additional services for retailers and brand manufacturers. It has recently been acquired by Salesforce, the leading American cloud computing company specialized in CRM. The goal of this conference is to connect and exchange between leading industry retailers who have implemented Demandware platform and the partner community, including technology and services partners such as altima°. Our team will take part to the event, so let’s meet and exchange at our booth!  In addition, Arnaud Rofidal, CEO at altima° Asia, and Victor Ariza, Digital Analytics Consultant at altima° China, will animate a session about digital analytics in collaboration with Ethan Fan, Head of Digital and E-commerce China, and Helen Yang, Regional Manager of Digital and E-commerce from Clarins whom we have been working for the past year.  The presentation and discussions will cover several subjects about how to measure performance and profitability of digital marketing investments in China, as well as present how we have been using attribution modeling to better understand how to adjust the marketing mix in Clarins’ case study. Additional speakers and experts from Demandware, Tencent, L’Oréal China and other partners will share their knowledge and insights about e-commerce. The conference will be located at The Longemont Shanghai, No.1116 West Yan An Road, Shanghai, China. Interested in the event? Please register here and specify you come from altima° (within Demandware Partner field). 
After Sydney in August, Demandware will organize its annual Retail Connect Customer Conference in Shanghai, China on September 14. This cloud conference program across Asia Pacific region will be heading to Tokyo two days later.
After Sydney in August, Demandware will organize its annual Retail Connect Customer Conference in Shanghai, China on September 14. This cloud conference program across Asia Pacific region will be heading to Tokyo two days later. Demandware is a software technology company providing a cloud-based e-commerce platform, as well as additional services for retailers and brand manufacturers. It has recently been acquired by Salesforce, the leading American cloud computing company specialized in CRM. The goal of this conference is to connect and exchange between leading industry retailers who have implemented Demandware platform and the partner community, including technology and services partners such as altima°. Our team will take part to the event, so let’s meet and exchange at our booth!  In addition, Arnaud Rofidal, CEO at altima° Asia, and Victor Ariza, Digital Analytics Consultant at altima° China, will animate a session about digital analytics in collaboration with Ethan Fan, Head of Digital and E-commerce China, and Helen Yang, Regional Manager of Digital and E-commerce from Clarins whom we have been working for the past year.  The presentation and discussions will cover several subjects about how to measure performance and profitability of digital marketing investments in China, as well as present how we have been using attribution modeling to better understand how to adjust the marketing mix in Clarins’ case study. Additional speakers and experts from Demandware, Tencent, L’Oréal China and other partners will share their knowledge and insights about e-commerce. The conference will be located at The Longemont Shanghai, No.1116 West Yan An Road, Shanghai, China. Interested in the event? Please register here and specify you come from altima° (within Demandware Partner field). 

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