Storis eBridge helps develop websites

MOUNT ARLINGTON, N.J. - Retail home furnishings software provider Storis is releasing eBridge, a new ecommerce solution it said gives retailers the flexibility to develop a website and communicate directly with the Storis Vision9 database.
     With eBridge, "a business can use their own staff of Web designers, or select a licensed eBridge development company to launch and maintain their website," the company said in a release.
     Storis provides access from the retailer's website to product information in its Vision9 software system, including quantity, pricing and other merchandising information.
     EBridge also offers real-time communication for creating shopping carts and allows consumers to make payments or apply for credit online.
     "As the Web sector continues to grow, our clients are learning more about what they want their site to do, and whom they want to manage it," said David Berger, Storis director of product management. "Additionally, many clients already have websites that they want to integrate with their new Vision9 business software suite, and eBridge is a great option for them."
     Storis said certain approved third-party companies will have privileges to eBridge Web service methods, allowing these developers to create templates or customized sites that a retailer can launch.

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