Demandware helps you give your shoppers the information they want, where they want it, when they want it.
It provides a central location for you to manage product content to meet your customers’ expectations.
Demandware is a true omnichannel commerce tool. It allows online, mobile or store-based orders to automatically ship from a store, distribution center, or be drop shipped, based on location, logistics or available inventory.
Demandware can also handle payment processing, order processing and shipping management, with an advanced warehouse and inventory management system that keeps you from overselling items as orders come in and ship out from various locations.
As mobile commerce grows, Demandware’s responsive web design allows you to create product content once and have it dynamically adapt to the dimensions of the smartphone or tablet on which it is viewed, creating a satisfying user experience.
With its robust omnichannel capabilities, you can provide shoppers real-time inventory availability, enabling a “buy anywhere, fulfill anywhere” experience. This helps you reduce excess or misallocated inventory, increases sell-through, captures lost sales and promotes the most profitable products to your customers.
Demandware’s cloud-based platform minimizes the costs and complexities of running an eCommerce operation and is a perfect fit for mid-sized or large retailers that have a marketing and merchandising team but that doesn’t want to host and build a storefront in-house.
Demandware has an impressive array of capabilities, but if needed, we can custom build any features or functionality that help to make your user experience exceptional.
Our team of developers has undergone rigorous training on Demandware products as part of Tejas Software’s Professional Partner relationship with Demandware. Demandware Partners like Tejas Software develop close working relationships with Demandware and are committed to client satisfaction, project excellence and growth.
(note: Demandware acquired Mainstreet Commerce in January 2014)