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With Sitecore Commerce 8.1, we encounter industry’s “first fully integrated commerce and content platform” driven by the pursuit of developing a seamless encounter.
Sitecore Commerce 8 traditionally accompanied Sitecore 8 and now with Sitecore Commerce 8.1, a second commerce-oriented product has been added to the Sitecore community, namely, Sitecore Commerce powered by Microsoft Dynamics AX. The product is motivated to produce an omni-channel experience. This implies that matters like identical price, shipping, tax and so on are calculated and decided for the physical store and the online store. With this capacity, you can buy the product online and have an option to get it delivered or picked it up from a store. Such a leap allows us to create personalized realities for different customers according to their interaction with the products and store behavior. In an interview with CMS Critic, Ryan Donovan (Sitecore’s Corporate VP of Commerce) pointed out that the prime goal with Sitecore Commerce 8.1 is, “to help lower the barrier of entry and help build knowledge share,” and improvise the product to provide stronger capacities from a commerce viewpoint.
Largely targeted at medium and large-scale businesses, Sitecore Experience Platform allows configuration and management of their online shops in Sitecore. The more important quality is that it creates a space to provide interconnected e-commerce experience to the customers.
Here is a list of features of Sitecore Commerce 8.1 that enhances the Sitecore family portfolio: