Australian full-service e-commerce consultancy, Amblique, has joined forces with Demandware (NYSE: DWRE) to deliver a lead industry on-demand commerce solution.
The partnership endorses Demandware’s launch on the Australian market, and comes at a crucial time for the local business sector with increasing focus on best e-commerce practices. Earlier this year, the Apparel Group, whose e-commerce is managed by Amblique, also called on Demandware to roll out a new platform for its fashion labels Saba, Sportscraft and Willow.
Strategy director at Amblique, Justus Wilde, said after spending over six years building more than 33 e-commerce sites, Amblique required a digital commerce platform that could help its enterprise clients compete in an increasingly complex global marketplace.
“Following a detailed review of enterprise platforms, Demandware stood out as a great match for our clients’ requirements,” he said.
“Demandware’s model, focus on user empowerment and industry-leading SaaS-based operating environment make it a simple choice for retailers who are looking to yield returns quickly with minimal risk.”
The Demandware Commerce Platform includes:
Senior VP of marketing for Demandware, Jamus Driscoll, said Amblique was well placed to introduce Demandware to the Australian market.
“Amblique’s extensive e-commerce experience and retailer focused service offering makes the company a perfect match for the Australian/NZ market,” he said.
“We see strong opportunities and look forward to enabling Australian retailers, in partnership with Amblique, to leverage our platform to expand across multi-channels and geographies.”
Amblique has implemented solutions for leading retailers including Speciality Fashion Group, Supré, the Apparel Group, Forever New, Retail Apparel Group, Matt Blatt and many others.