Volusion was recognized in the 2011 Magic Quadrant for Ecommerce, a leading and respected research tool proprietorially developed by Gartner.
Our team has been hard at work this year developing the tools that you need to succeed. As we grow, it’s been great to get feedback on how you’re using these features and enhancements to grow your business.
We also recently had the chance to share these developments with Gartner, the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company. You might know their popular report, the Magic Quadrant for Ecommerce. After speaking with this industry leader, we’re excited to share that we’ve been recognized in the 2011 report!
This year’s Magic Quadrant for Ecommerce evaluates companies that are focusing efforts on social and mobile commerce, site replacements, upgrades and new launches, with Volusion being among 20 of the vendors evaluated.* Inclusion in the Quadrant is based on set criteria: market traction and momentum, ecommerce product capabilities and short-term viability.
We’re pleased to be recognized in this well-respected research tool, and are always looking for new ways to improve our platform to help boost your success!
Here’s what our leaders had to say about the announcement:
“Volusion is focused on delivering an innovative ecommerce solution for merchants. We consider our positioning by Gartner confirmation of Volusion’s focus on the customer experience and scaling ability for small business to enterprise-level merchants. We are pleased to be recognized in the Magic Quadrant for Ecommerce and look forward to the continued improvement of our platform,” said Clay Olivier, Volusion CEO.
“We are dedicated to providing an unrivaled customer experience for our merchants while delivering the tools they need to be successful in this ever-changing marketplace We continue to shape our product roadmap, and our recent Deal of the Day, Social Store and CDN launches reinstates our dedication to helping businesses succeed online. We are proud to be positioned in this respected ecommerce research tool,” said Jason Woosley, Vice President of Product Development.
About the Magic Quadrant
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*Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Ecommerce” by Gene Alvarez, Chris Fletcher, Praveen Sengar, Sharon A. Mertz, November 3, 2011