Ucommerce, a market leading .NET based commerce platform, with the focus on bringing content and commerce together, announces it's latest release of Ucommerce for Sitecore, which brings compatibility for Sitecore's latest version, Sitecore 9.
Søren Spelling Lund, Founder and CEO, Ucommerce:
“In 2013 we launched the first version of Ucommerce for Sitecore to bring mature world-class e-commerce capabilities to Sitecore and have continuously released in tight synchronization with Sitecore’s own release cycle ever since. I am proud that our product team, only one month after the release of Sitecore 9, are ready with full compatibility for the latest and greatest release of Sitecore. As one of the most mature and widely used commerce platform for Sitecore, it is strategically important for us to, not only continue, but intensify our innovation and development of our deep integration with Sitecore”.
“Sitecore is one of the top enterprise content management systems out there, and our mission is to provide the very best commerce platform for those customers who want to simplify their commerce on Sitecore”.
About Ucommerce for Sitecore
Ucommerce for Sitecore combines Sitecore's award winning, enterprise class CMS with a fully integrated, powerful, and easy to implement set of e-commerce features, which can be tailored in any way you like. The extensive integration with Sitecore's experience platform makes this marriage extremely strong. In fact; this unique content and commerce combination makes it simpler than ever to create personalized shopping experiences for your customers.
Ucommerce is the market’s leading .NET based commerce platform with focus on bringing content and commerce together. Through seamless integration with the world’s leading web content management systems, Ucommerce provides a commerce platform that leverages all the capabilities of your WCMS. Ucommerce is a global company empowering more than 3,000 websites worldwide. The company is headquartered in Denmark and maintains local offices in the US, United Kingdom and Australia.