CoreMedia Partners with Zilker Technology to Help IBM Customers Optimize eCommerce Investments

Apr 23, 2019

CoreMedia, developer of the content management and experience orchestration platform, CoreMedia Content Cloud, announced an exciting initiative with digital consultancy and systems integrator, Zilker Technology, to provide existing IBM WebSphere Commerce customers with a package of software and services designed to increase the value and ROI of their current eCommerce infrastructure. At the core of this initiative is a free three-hour consultation called “So, what now?”, designed to help customers evaluate the best growth options for their platform.

The offering combines Zilker’s extensive experience solving complex technical challenges with CoreMedia’s advanced content management capabilities and pre-built integrations with IBM’s eCommerce and Marketing platforms. This combined solution increases the value of current WebSphere Commerce platforms by adding a wide range of omnichannel brand management capabilities, including in-store displays, websites, mobile apps, and digital billboards.

The offering begins with a consultative three-hour workshop to help customers evaluate strategic options, both long- and short-term. A key outcome of this workshop is a customized Content and Customer Experience (CX) maturity model to help IBM customers plan their digital future. The goal is to help companies accelerate time to market by up to 99%, allowing marketers and merchandisers to roll out compelling global campaigns in hours rather than weeks and enabling developers to quickly integrate any best-of-breed platform, touchpoint, or technology.

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