CloudCraze delivers enterprise-class B2B/B2C cross-channel eCommerce on Salesforce. CloudCraze is built natively on the Salesforce1 Platform so clients can deploy mobile storefronts quickly, begin generating online revenues in weeks, and easily scale for growth. In a single Salesforce instance, CloudCraze shares data and processes across eCommerce and CRM and it's all easily managed through the point-and-click Salesforce interface.

With full Community collaboration built right in, CloudCraze clients engage customers with Commerce, Content and Community for a 360º view of the customer.

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