The Container Store needed an eCommerce platform that could be quickly integrated with their core systems and allow them to focus on their strategic eCommerce plans. The project centered around replacing The Container Store's existing eCommerce solution. The project team was challenged to migrate existing functionality, improve integration between the store and online systems, and deliver a highly scalable solution. A joint team of developers from Broadleaf Commerce and The Container Store worked together on the project. The solution focused on migrating from The Container Store's existing eCommerce platform to Broadleaf Commerce.
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Multi-Channel eCommerce Solution
B2B provider selling approximately $140 million of technology solutions each year to small and mid-sized companies, Fortune 2000 businesses, government agencies, as well as educational institutions and districts nationwide.
Ganz became aware that its existing eCommerce application had architectural flaws, making it more difficult to maintain, and expensive to implement new features. With the requirement for physical and virtual products and currencies, and the need to integrate with their existing physical fulfillment and Webkinz® online gaming systems, Ganz started the process of selecting a new eCommerce platform.
Broadleaf Commerce allowed Ganz to launch a re-vamped, elegant, effective eCommerce solution that meets all of their complex business and technical requirements.
The Pep Boys project initially started as a way to schedule service appointments online via the eServe functionality. Over time, the project expanded to selling tires online and integrating with various back-end systems, such as checking for inventory availability at the customer's local store and reserving a bay for tire installation. Now, pepboys.com offers almost 100,000 unique products online and is still running strong on Broadleaf Commerce.
99,417 Unique SKUs
30+ Back-end Integrations