By David Dorf-Oracle on Apr 26, 2013
Consumers now have the power to determine how and when they interact with a business, blurring the boundaries of web site, mobile site, service center, or physical stores as separate entities. Consumers want to interact with the business and the brand and have a consistent experience regardless of how and when they choose to interact with it. With a continued focus on enabling a Commerce Anywhere strategy, Oracle's latest release of the commerce suite provides key capabilities to support cross-channel commerce, search, and personalization.
The Oracle ATG Web Commerce 10.2 release includes significant investment across a number of critical investment themes, including Commerce Anywhere capabilities, enhanced business tool experience, mobile capabilities, and multisite enhancements.
The Oracle Endeca Commerce 3.1.2 release includes a set of usability improvements in Experience Manager, additional features in the Endeca Assembler, continued investment in the MDEX Engine and data integration capabilities, and a number of bug fixes. Additionally, Endeca Commerce 3.1.2 is coupled with the ATG Commerce 10.2 release to provide native iOS reference applications for iPhone and iPad leveraging the Endeca Assembler.
In the video below, John Andrews explains the five key themes driving Oracle Commerce:
The Oracle Commerce Suite powers Commerce Anywhere.