Elastic Path Software

Elastic Path Software

Elastic Path builds commerce software that helps businesses generate more revenue from their goods, services, and content. Their products, including Commerce Engine, Cortex, and Subscriptions, enable companies to unite discovery, buying, and consumption into customer experiences that drive engagement and conversion. Elastic Path product functionality can be used on websites, mobile apps, APIs, and smart devices. Elastic Path is used by market leaders, including Google, Pearson, Symantec, Time Inc., Virgin, and Western Union, and drives billions of dollars in digital commerce annually. Elastic Path hosts the world’s #1 ecommerce blog Get Elastic written by Linda Bustos.

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HQ Location
Canada
Year Founded
2000
Employees
140
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