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Bigcommerce now integrates with WordPress

By Dan Wilson June 5, 2018 - 9:27 pm

BigCommerce, an ecommerce platform for fast-growing and established brands, has revealed a new service called Bigcommerce for WordPress.

They say this full-featured integration, that combines the flexibility of the WordPress platform with BigCommerce’s robust commerce engine, will allow the millions of merchants using WordPress to grow and customize their stores like never before.

Additionally, the company unveiled a new, API-driven Commerce-as-a-Service initiative during the Internet Retailer Conference & Expo (IRCE) that will allow brands to seamlessly deliver commerce experiences through custom and commercial content management systems while centrally managing catalogue, customer and order data through BigCommerce. You can find out more about that here.

WordPress powers the web presence of millions of businesses around the world, allowing them to bring their brands and content to life. Our WordPress integration enables retailers to combine the world’s most popular content management system with the world’s best cloud commerce platform. Through our Commerce-as-a-Service offering, we are further demonstrating to customers our commitment to delivering the industry’s most open SaaS ecommerce platform.
– Jimmy Duvall, chief product officer for BigCommerce

30% of all websites are powered by WordPress, making it the most widely-used content management system globally. Through BigCommerce for WordPress, content-first brands will gain the ability to build and manage commerce experiences directly on the WordPress platform through a single plug-in, improving storefront performance and streamlining storefront management tasks.

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