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15th May 2009

On-Demand eCommerce Software Solutions By OrderDynamics Slash Project Lengths In Half

Order DynamicsTorontoOrderDynamics Corporation has observed that many online merchants are struggling with short eCommerce software replatforming timelines as peak shopping periods approach rapidly. Contributing to the tight timelines are delayed budget decisions and managers expecting more from their marketing team with a lot less.

OrderDynamics has designed its new eStore implementation process to reduce time to launch a new Client and is averaging a 15 week schedule from signature to soft launch.

“There are two factors at work here that allow us to roll out so quickly; eCommerce Web Site Design Flexibility and our SaaS Platform,” Explains Michael Benadiba, CEO OrderDynamics Corporation. OrderDynamics entirely separates the eCommerce web site design process from its on-demand platform, allowing this process to start in parallel and be delivered by a third party creative agency or internally. OrderDynamics makes the eCommerce web site design come to life through a library of web 2.0 and 3.0 front-end web controls such as floating shopping carts, personalization controls, search merchandising, product reviews, and other pre-built controls which focus on enabling an fast, fun, and easy shopping experience. “The design and ease of use of an eStore must match the brand experience you’re trying to create and the shopping expectations of your customers” continues Benadiba. “By removing this hard linkage to the eCommerce platform, our Clients can accelerate design decisions and quickly implement future changes”.

The other important time saver is the OrderDynamics eCommerce SaaS platform. eCommerce software as a service (or SaaS), means the software application is already developed and available almost immediately after signing a contract. It also means the SaaS provider takes care of maintaining the software and hosting it as part of a Service Level Agreement (SLA). “Our platform is fully redundant and is engineered for Availability, Performance, and Transaction Integrity – all things we guarantee in our SLA,” adds Steve Berkovitz, On-Demand Platform Architect.

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