OrderDynamics has announced plans to deliver a fully integrated mobile commerce solution called OrderDynamics Mobile. The company is leveraging the latest mobile technologies to develop this solution.
The company offers online merchants, having high growth, with mid-sized online revenues -- usually between 5 and 50 million in annual online sales. According to company officials, these merchants require “excellent platform technology” for growth and a “long-term partner” to help them achieve their revenue goals.
Providing powerful frontend and backend tools, OrderDynamics on-demand eCommerce platform helps increase conversions and order sizes, as well as it streamlines Web operations, said company officials.
Additionally, OrderDynamics platform includes an Order Management System and a powerful CRM toolset, according to company officials.
The fully integrated nature of OrderDynamics Mobile is expected to enable consumer features such real-time inventory, pricing, personalization, promotions, one-click checkout, ratings and reviews, wish lists, cross channel account tools, and more.
“We’re in the middle of the second major wave of mobile commerce technologies right now” said Steven Berkovitz, architect of on-demand platform at OrderDynamics, adding that by investing in standards-based mobile technologies and building core platform support for mobile integration, OrderDynamics Mobile will be the most full featured and robust mobile commerce solution available.
OrderDynamics Mobile is based on HTML 5, CSS3, and Jquery mobile technologies that many industry experts believe will be the future of mobile websites.
The company plans to launch OrderDynamics Mobile later this summer.
OrderDynamics is a privately owned eCommerce platform service provider for high-growth B2C and B2B businesses. Earlier in March, Cascio Interstate Music leveraged OrderDynamics eCommerce SaaS (News - Alert) Platform to re-launch its flagship B2C eCommerce Web site. Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anshu’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves