Salesforce launches Commerce Cloud with ‘Einstein’ artificial intelligence

September 28, 2016, 12:18 PM By Katie Evans Chief Technology Editor Salesforce Inc., which in June said it would pay about $2.8 billion for web-based e-commerce platform Demandware, says brands including Cole Haan, Puma and Suitsupply are using its new Commerce Cloud. Web-based CRM vendor Salesforce Inc. unveiled its Commerce Cloud product at the Shop.org Digital Summit in Dallas, underscoring its strategy to expand its e-commerce services Commerce Cloud is based on Salesforce’s recent acquisition of web-based e-commerce platform Demandware, and offers brands web, mobile, social and in-store services, in addition to web-based customer-relationship management services already offered by Salesforce. Salesforce in June announced it would pay about $2.8 billion for Demandware; the deal closed in mid-July. Brands including Cole Haan, Puma and Suitsupply, are using the new Commerce Cloud,…


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