Broadleaf Commerce, the open source software provider for building customized eCommerce solutions, will host the second webinar in the organization's Summer Webinar Series on August 5, 2014. Broadleaf Commerce developers and eCommerce experts will showcase how online retailers can use the Broadleaf framework to deliver customized experiences for consumers.

August 5, 10am CST
'Digital Experience Management with Broadleaf Commerce, New CMS Reveal'

(The Digital Experience Management webinar has concluded and the recap can be found here)
The upcoming webinar will focus on targeted content for truly personalized user experiences. Event hosts will demonstrate how to create widgets, build web pages using custom templates and themes, define content zones, and target content based on user profiles all within the Broadleaf admin tool. "Broadleaf's Advanced Content Management System (CMS) framework provides new capabilities to manage content across the needs of Designers, Front-end Developers, and Business Users," stated Brad Buhl, VP Marketing and Partners at Broadleaf Commerce. "Team-wide collaboration tools within the system include workflow and approvals, scheduled content promotion, and sandbox environments."

August 26, 10am CST
'Multi-Site, Multi-Tenancy, and Marketplaces with Broadleaf Commerce'
The final summer webinar will review launching cost-effective, enterprise-level custom solutions for multiple sites, multiple tenants, and marketplace deployment with Broadleaf.

The first of the three-part series, 'Replatforming: eCommerce Tips & Considerations', took place July 22 and presented the knowledge of eCommerce veterans from Credera and Broadleaf Commerce on topics of eCommerce enterprise options and best practices in setting goals and objectives for an eCommerce replatforming project. The event recap is available on the Broadleaf Commerce YouTube Channel.

About Broadleaf Commerce, LLC
Broadleaf Commerce is the owner of an open-source eCommerce framework targeted at facilitating the development of enterprise-class, commerce-driven sites by providing a robust data and services model, a rich administration platform, and specialized tooling that takes care of core commerce functionality providing the framework for companies such as The Container Store, Pep Boys, Ganz, and Vology. For more information, visit: