Adrecom is helping ecommerce brands and retailers create personalized, revenue-driving options on their branded websites with a Build for Order solution. Product kits, customization, unique offers and combinations, and even fully customer-driven selections and choices are available in the personalization framework built into the storefront engine update. Current Adrecom customers have the functionality available now. New customers get it as soon as their implementation goes live. It’s the simplest way to address customer and competition risks growing in the ecommerce space.
Recently, Adrecom released a new update for our e-commerce suite that provides substantially improved CRM integration capabilities.
We’ve used a RESTful API design to ensure the fastest possible transfer of data between systems. Even better, we’ve set up plug-and-play integration for industry leaders Sugar CRM, Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamic.
Why is this important? Because integrating e-commerce and CRM suites enables a whole range of new business functions and benefits.
JSMCO.com (Jess S. Morgan & Company, Inc) wanted to restructure and redesign its site at the same time as examining its content menu with regards to what should be transferred to the new architecture.
With the help of Adrecom’s e-commerce solution, one of L.A.’s (and the country’s) finest boutique cookie makers has gone live in a big way with its new online store. DeLuscious Cookies and Milk (www.delusciouscookies.com) — in business since 2002 — launched its new e-commerce interface the week before Christmas 2012, and has been serving up custom orders of star-quality crafted cookies —delivering them to customers in L.A., and shipping to others throughout the U.S. and Canada, right out of their N. Highland Avenue shop in the heart of Hollywood USA.
Woven Online, an international rug and carpet dealer since 1965, was looking to blend its
antique and vintage rugs with a new online presence.
When Lev Kacnelson, CEO, Adrecom noticed the existing e-commerce systems to be lacking in content management capabilities, his idea to create a suite that merges e-commerce with content marked the turning point for his venture. Today Adrecom is revolutionizing the e-commerce arena with a comprehensive suite of content management integrated e-commerce system as well as professional migration strategies addressing retail, wholesale, and distributor customer requirements in B2C and B2B environments. With years of experience in developing and deploying competent e-commerce systems, the firm currently offers an extensively configurable, omnichannel solution for opening an online business or upgrading to next generation e-commerce technology. “We provide innovative solutions for our clients in moving from legacy online store to customer friendly omnichannels e-commerce,” says Kacnelson.
When upgrading legacy websites it’s very common that an extreme makeover is required to bring the customer’s presentation and function up to contemporary standards — implementing big, highly noticeable, changes. Less often, however, even very effective sites already boasting a current look, feel, and function can require improvements. In these cases, the task for website developers is more difficult in many ways; taking already good sites to a much higher level pushes developers to attain great functional refinement.
CredoLaw contacted Adrecom in 2012 in order to update and upgrade its web presence,
specifically with regards to managing its extensive body of content information
in an organized and visually pleasing fashion.
Everyone gets that awkward feeling when riding in high-rise elevators. It’s so anonymous. “Who are these people crowding my personal space? I’m with them every day, but I don’t know anything about them.” What do they do? Seeing the same people for months or years, politely acknowledging them, or studiously ignoring them, we never really know who they are, what they do—or who they could be to us.