Earlier this year, we announced our exclusive partnership with WebLinc, and have been working since to build eCommerce experiences that highlight the unique powers of their platform. Today’s launches are the culmination of months of close work with the WebLinc platform and several customer teams.
Alfred Dunner and Skye’s The Limit
Starting today, loyal Alfred Dunner fans can browse through a rich online catalog and shop for their favourite looks from the comfort of their home, or on the move with the fully mobile optimized site!
This is also the first time that the OrderBot OMS was integrated in a project since WebLinc acquired the company, enabling the various Alfred Dunner teams to manage products and orders across multiple channels and brands, while setting them up for a streamlined B2B sales processes in the future.
Yarn.com, a WEBS Company
Our team is also very proud to announce the launch of the new WEBS site, Yarn.com. For over 40 years, WEBS has operated as a family business across two generations, and has been a premier destination for knitters, weavers and spinners in the US.
Yarn.com had been on the original version of WebLinc for 7 years and jumped to the latest version to take advantage of the modern features like scheduled bulk releases, exceptional merchandising, discounting options and best-in-class learning search.
WebLinc Client Summit, Sept 15 2016
On a related note, I’ll be attending WebLinc’s annual Client Summit on September 15 in Philadelphia, PA. Our CEO, Matt Bertulli, will be presenting his perspective on how retailers can make use of the roadmapping paradigm found at countless product companies to build future proof retail businesses.
If you plan on attending, or happen to be in the area, drop me a note below to hello<at>demacmedia’dot’com.