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Acquisition brings fully integrated e-commerce capabilities to Sitecore’s experience platform

London – November 21st 2013 – Sitecore, the global leader in customer experience management software, today announced that it has acquired commerceserver.net. 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.

The integration of e-commerce functionality with Sitecore’s leading experience platform allows marketers to truly own the experience they deliver to every customer or prospect that engages with their brand, creating high value customers for life.

“Our vision from the beginning has been to deliver a complete, connected experience platform that puts the customer at the heart of every interaction and engagement,” said Michael Seifert, CEO, Sitecore. “With this acquisition, our customers can now add enterprise-scale e-commerce capabilities to create truly consistent and personalised experiences.”

Sitecore acquired commerceserver.net from SMITH (formerly Ascentium), a global digital experience agency that builds, sells and supports the Commerce Server e-commerce engine. SMITH is also a Sitecore Strategic Commerce Alliance Partner and will continue to work with Sitecore and its customers to develop world-class commerce experiences.

Existing commerceserver.net customers will have the option of utilising a deep integration between Commerce Server and Sitecore’s platform or a standalone Commerce Server product that will continue to be supported by Sitecore.

“E-commerce functionality is critical to delivering relevant, personalised experiences for online shoppers, yet current CMS solutions offer poor or non-existent e-commerce integration,” said Ryan Donovan, President and CTO at commerceserver.net. “The acquisition of commerceserver.net by Sitecore is great news for customers because it introduces a rich level of integration between commerce, content and digital marketing that has not been achieved by any other vendor. It will also provide a compelling .NET choice for enterprise customers while ensuring a strong and viable future for Commerce Server technology to its sizeable install base.”

“SMITH has implemented some of the largest enterprise .NET B2B/B2C e-commerce implementations globally. We look forward to offering customers a tightly integrated .NET based content and commerce solution leveraging our extensive digital marketing capabilities,” said SMITH President Tony Marinelli.

Further information can be found on www.sitecore.net/commerceserver

Published on: 12:05PM on 21st November 2013