LaGarde Inc., an eCommerce solutions provider, today announced the launch of their Phoenix eCommerce platform which is offered as a software as a service model and is aimed at mid- and large-market businesses. The company states that the Phoenix platform was built to allow unlimited modularity, while meeting every eCommerce security standard.
It explains that its Phoenix platform is designed to be flexible, configurable and scalable and will make it easier for mid-and large market businesses to enhance and grow their connections with customers, suppliers, employees and business partners.
The flexibility inherent in the Phoenix platform enables businesses to integrate state-of-the-art functionality without disrupting their current business systems, minimising the need to retrain or alter internal processes.
It adds that this platform is specifically designed for B2C, B2B, manufacturing, distribution, services and government, education, and not-for-profit industry segments. The underlying technology is designed to support customisation and integration for the increased functionality dynamic businesses need for efficiency and profitability.
"eBusiness in general and eCommerce specifically have become increasingly more complicated while at the same time significantly more valuable and strategic to businesses and organizations of all types," said Bob LaGarde, founder and CEO of LaGarde.
"The increasing burdens of regulatory compliance and complexity of eBusiness enablement demand that vendors provide scalable, extensible turnkey solutions.
This concept of 'flexibility meets security' enables the Phoenix platform to surpass all other SaaS solutions on the market and we are excited to bring our 12 years of experience to bear on this new offering," said LaGarde.
"The new Phoenix platform has already won several accolades from the Micrsoft.NET community," said Michael Wiley, premier field engineer, Microsoft Services, U.S. East Region. "I also want to reiterate that the Phoenix application is one of the best we've seen."
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