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Last week, Sitecore announced acquisition of commerceserver.net from SMITH(formerly Ascentium), a global digital agency that develops and supports it. Commerceserver.net is a continuation of Microsoft Commerce Server. Acquisition of commerceserver.net complements well as it brings B2B and B2C e-commerce capabilities to Sitecore’s Customer Experience Platform(CXP). As per Sitecore press note, “Sitecore’s acquisition lays the foundation for the industry’s first .NET based, enterprise-grade Customer Experience Management (CXM) platform with a native, fully integrated e-commerce engine.”
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Commerceserve.net is developed on .Net stack and integrates well with Microsoft technologies so existing customers can choose to integrate it tightly with Sitecore’s customer experience platform. Sitecore will continue to offer it as a stand alone product as well. Commereceserver.net’s cloud offering is currently available through AWS market place and it has plans to make it available for Windows Azure. Read the full anouncement here
 

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Parshva Vora is a Technical Architect at Perficient since 2009 and has extensive experience building enterprise solutions, portals and software products using Microsoft technologies.

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