Matt Zimmerman is joining Bold Commerce as CTO, and co-founder Eric Boisjoli has been named as the company's "chief availability officer."
Bold Commerce, which powers checkout and subscription experiences for retailers and emerging DTC brands, has announced new executive appointments.
Ecommerce Technology Company Appoints Matt Zimmerman of Adobe Commerce as Chief Technology Officer; Eric Boisjoli Takes on Chief Availability Officer Role.
With 70% of shoppers abandoning their cart, retailers work on the assumption that once shoppers finally reach the checkout, they’re in the clear–a transaction is certain.
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Bold Commerce has unveiled the “Bold Checkout: Buy Now” solution, which allows brands to offer shoppers “Amazon-like one-click functionality directly from their owned channels, without sacrificing shopper relationships or checkout customizations”.
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eCommerce firm Bold Commerce has launched a new checkout solution designed to give brands an alternative to third-party digital wallets and pay now options.
In its recently released Next in Personalization 2021 Report, McKinsey & Company said that 71% of consumers expect companies to deliver personalized interactions.
The new alternative to WooCommerce’s native checkout enables brands to fully customise their entire checkout experiences.
With the COVID-19 pandemic either eliminating or seriously limiting in-person interactions, companies have had a hard time selling everything from furniture to clothes to lipstick.
Research shows that 70% of shoppers abandon their online shopping cart before making it to checkout.
While retailers have long focused on finding the cure to cart abandonment, checkout abandonment is an unrecognized hurdle for many online merchants.
Delivering shipments of wild-caught fish from Alaska is a fundamentally different challenge than restaurant delivery, but it has similarly exploded in popularity.
Black Friday’s origins have competing mythos, but that hasn’t stopped it from becoming a holiday shopping bonanza
American consumers prefer to buy now and pay later instead of using layaway programs this holiday season.
Pet CBD wellness brand Kitsie added a subscription-based payment option for its product line of CBD bites, oils and topicals.
Consumers today expect the ability to shop on their own terms, be it browsing on their phone, switching to a desktop to complete an order and then picking it up in-store, or any other mapping process they may take on the route to a purchase. And more importantly, consumers want the experience to be frictionless in any channel they choose to engage with a brand.
It’s become somewhat of a rite of passage for entrepreneurs to work in their basements when starting companies. The co-founders of Bold Commerce flaunt this familiar founding story on their website, where they feature images of not one, but the three different basements they rotated between in the early days of the retail technology company.
With all the focus on the “journey” and the “experience” in brand and retail marketing these days, you’d think that communicators would be zeroing in on some substantial strategy for delivering better CX.
Headless commerce is one of the latest innovations to hit the retail industry, offering both online and offline retailers the opportunity to decouple the purchasing and payments experience from their websites while also giving shoppers the ability to complete transactions from almost anywhere.
Calgary is becoming known for its growing tech sector, and, as such, there are a number of companies hiring for jobs in the industry right now.
While consumers’ return to shopping in physical stores bears good news for retailers, they are now challenged with delivering a digital-first experience that blurs the lines between online and physical retail, according to Deanna Traa, chief marketing officer at Bold Commerce.
Prive, a months-old, San Francisco-based startup founded by two former Uber product managers, just raised $1.7 million in pre-seed funding to create what it describes as a far more customizable e-commerce subscriptions platform for D2C brands.
Retailers are aware there are things they can do in order to help customers embrace an omnichannel shopping experience, as well as enhance the online shopping experience.
Developers building apps for Shopify say that the platform's open APIs and friendly community make it an ideal spot for entrepreneurs.
I remember nearly a decade ago when the idea of shopping from mobile seemed revolutionary. Retail and marketing experts regularly released consumer surveys and data showing consumers’ reluctance, but growing willingness, to purchase from their phones.
Email marketers working for ecommerce sites are about to get busier, judging by Retail eCommerce in Context: The Next Iteration, a study from Bold Commerce, conducted by Retail Systems Research, being publicized this week.
More than half (58%) of leading retailers admit that they’re not living up to consumers’ expectations when it comes to bringing together digital and physical experiences. And, despite retailers’ massive shift to digital over the past year, 51% of large retailers say that digital channels still account for only 20% or less of their total revenue.
After the pandemic, shoppers have made some definitive changes in how they are using consumable goods and how they are engaging with brands and merchants. One of the biggest changes - shoppers are now more socially conscious.
Bold Commerce, the ecommerce technology company that powers anywhere commerce for the world’s leading omnichannel retailers and emerging DTC brands, today announced that it has been listed in Forrester’s research report, “Now Tech: Recurring B2C SaaS Billing Management Solutions, Q3 2021.”
There are a wide variety of roles available in the city this August, and we’ve put together a list of 17 places that are hiring for more than 500 positions in Calgary right now.
Many made the move to all-in-one SaaS platforms at a lower cost, and app or plug-in marketplaces to add more features. Fast forward to today: Retailer ambitions have outgrown traditional ecommerce approaches.
Kylie Jenner’s infamous lip kits are back on the market, as the star bets on shoppable livestreaming as part of her Kylie Cosmetics relaunch.
A new retailer survey indicates that successful retailers are focusing on digital channel sales, but may not be staying current with their technology.
"We really develop software solutions for e-commerce platforms for companies that you know about, like Shopify, BigCommerce, WooCommerce, and commercetools."
Shopify’s ecosystem of app developers and partners have created nearly 6,000 apps, generated by a wide array of companies, including some notable Canadian tech startups, such as Bold Commerce, Livescale Technologies, and Smile.io.
Bold Commerce, the ecommerce technology company that powers checkout, subscriptions, and pricing experiences for leading retailers and DTC brands, announces its partnership with commercetools.
Bold Commerce has become a great business by building apps that work inside the Shopify e-commerce platform, but it has long had a vision that goes beyond that, including creating tools that would allow brands to sell to their customers in any kind of digital environment.
As a consumer, you might not think about what’s powering your online shopping and checkout experience when you’re toggling between Amazon, Wayfair, and Etsy. But you’re certainly aware of the experience you have while finding what you want, paying for it and receiving it.
Piano had previously raised around $28 million, and its latest cash injection comes amid a flurry of VC activity across the digital subscriptions space, with ReCharge recently raising $277 million for its subscriptions platform for ecommerce companies and Bold Commerce securing $27 million earlier this year, shortly after Chargebee locked down $55 million.
Bold Commerce, which works with over 90,000 retail brands, including Vera Bradley, Staples, and Pepsi’s GameFuel, surveyed 800 brands to gauge their current use of subscription programs and understand how they are attracting and retaining subscribers.
According to new research from Bold Commerce, more than 70 percent of retailers have, or soon will, integrate subscriptions into their ecommerce strategies, while more than half say that subscriptions make up 20 percent or more of their total sales.
Fast-forward to today: Brands’ ambitions have outgrown traditional e-commerce approaches. Platforms that once liberated business by providing a digital channel designed specifically for selling through a website are now limiting their potential to sell everywhere else they operate in the digital realm.
The ecosystem consists of both Shopify’s developers as well as partnered developers that agree to build apps directly on Shopify’s platform. Partners include prominent e-commerce software companies Klaviyo, PostScript and Winnipeg-based Bold Commerce. Shopify’s developer ecosystem consists of 5,900 apps.
The raise comes as consumer brands across the spectrum have had to adapt to a new commercial landscape.
Yvan Boisjoli, CEO and Co-Founder of Bold Commerce, a technology company that builds specialized ecommerce applications for 90k+ DTC retailers, shares how the next phase of ecommerce will be defined by a headless checkout experience.
Bold will work alongside other members to bring awareness and education to the market on how to benefit from open tech ecosystems and composable enterprise technology.
Bold Commerce, the ecommerce technology company that powers checkout, subscriptions, and pricing experiences for enterprise retailers and DTC brands, announced it has joined the MACH Alliance.
According to Yvan Boisjoli, CEO and co-founder of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada-based Bold Commerce, this can be especially useful for the checkout process of the future. “The next phase of e-commerce will be defined by a checkout experience that can take place anywhere,” he said.
In this Q&A, Odus Wittenburg, chief operating officer of e-commerce solution firm Bold Commerce, discusses the importance of customizing the checkout experience, how headless commerce can help to create more flexibility by decoupling online stores’ front and back ends, and how retailers can optimize omnichannel services.
In January, Winnipeg, Manitoba-based ecommerce solutions provider Bold Commerce raised a $35 million CAD Series B led by OMERS Ventures.
With another $35 million in its war chest from a second round of venture capital funding in January — it raised $22 million in Jan. 2019 — Bold Commerce is on another growth spurt looking to hire more than 100 people in the next three months.
As consumers have stayed out of stores and in front of their screens, e-commerce has soared for countless brands and businesses. Bold Commerce is aiming to aggressively grow its headcount so it can meet the rising demand for its headless commerce solution among brands looking to keep up with the times.
Bold Commerce, a company that builds tools and integrations for ecommerce stores, has raised $27 million in a series B round of funding led by Omers Ventures.
Retailers and brands aim to break through the clutter of all of the messaging out there in e-commerce. Bold Commerce is developing technology so they can do just that.
Once known only as Shopify’s largest app developer, Winnipeg-based Bold Commerce is hoping a $35 million CAD ($27 million USD) Series B round will help it become the platform to power commerce anywhere and everywhere.
That is why Canadian menswear retailer Harry Rosen sped up its digital transformation to bring one-to-one relationships online.
The pandemic prompted Harry Rosen to accelerate its digital transformation plans, implementing changes in mere months that normally would have taken the company years to pull off.
Entrepreneurs share their experiences and wisdom on the new way of doing business.
What makes a workplace special? Sure, company mission, innovative projects and compelling perks and benefits matter a great deal. But what can really make or break a career experience is the people.
A robust e-commerce platform could mean difference between life and death for many locked-down businesses.
A Winnipeg company has launched an online directory to connect consumers with businesses that are still operating in the midst of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
As the COVID-19 pandemic escalates in Canada and around the world, businesses are taking steps to help flatten the curve and support customers through new products, services, and free offerings. This list will outline what Canadian tech companies are offering during the outbreak.
A skilled workforce is essential for continued growth and to remain competitive on a global scale. Like Bold Commerce, our government is confident in the future of our province and our people, and we appreciate its reinvestment in Manitoba.
Canada-based Bold Commerce has become Austin’s newest SaaS player with the addition of a sales office downtown. The e-commerce software startup will operate from a WeWork space at 600 Congress Avenue. It plans to add 40 new sales and operations roles in Austin in the next year, including a director of enterprise sales and a director of partnerships.
Winnipeg-based Bold Commerce is expanding its business operations to Austin, Texas. The e-commerce solution developer said the expansion is in step with its plans to further accelerate its growth both geographically and in the e-commerce market.
Fresh from a glitch-free Black Friday/Cyber Monday marathon where Bold Commerce’s 90,000 merchant customers from around the world did millions of dollars of business using the Winnipeg company’s e-commerce tools, Bold is now on to the next chapter of its growth — breaking into the enterprise space.
Bold Commerce, the local e-commerce software titan, placed 12th overall, one of only three Prairie companies to place in the top 25.
Canadian Innovation Exchange (CIX) has named the Top 20 Early and Top 10 Growth Canadian technology startups that have been accepted into its annual awards program.
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