Spell & The Gypsy Collective rolled out on Workarea Commerce Cloud
Category: #retail  By Pankaj Singh  Date: 2019-11-11
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Spell & The Gypsy Collective rolled out on Workarea Commerce Cloud

Workarea Commerce, a renowned commerce platform for new merchants across various sectors, and Syatt Media, a Canada based e-commerce agency with deep platform and industry expertise, announced that Spell & The Gypsy Collective, a rapidly emerging Australia-based modern-bohemian fashion brand has been launched on the Workarea Commerce Cloud.

Syatt Media is a Workarea Solution Partner that was selected by Spell to provide support to their Workarea Commerce Cloud implementation.

As there is a substantial growth in the demand for Spell’s products, the digital group looked to Workarea Commerce to support consumers across the world. Their novel approach leverages the company’s multi-site capabilities which allow its team to efficiently manage unique and content-rich shopping experiences across different markets.

Co-founder and CEO of Workarea Commerce, Darren C. Hill stated that the company was created for omnichannel innovators such as Spell & The Gypsy Collective.

Hill added that the company is proud to see what Spell has been able to achieve on the platform with the company’s partner Syatt Media.   

Digital Strategy Manager at Spell, Sami Gilroy stated that being a chiefly digital brand, the company wants to facilitate a seamless experience to its customers not only when they are shopping on the website but also at the company’s flagship boutique or even at one of the company’s popup experiences.

Gilroy added that by moving to Workarea Commerce, the company can offer this experience to its users in a way that is also more effective and efficient for the company team.

President of Syatt Media, Jonathan Garyfalakis stated that working with Spell as its implementation partner has been an honor.

Garyfalakis further added that Spell is an innovative brand and the company was able to tie-up with deep collaboration to use the performance and power of Workarea Commerce Cloud. This new project is the perfect trifecta of the core capabilities of each organization.

Earlier in April, SUMO Heavy Industries, a digital commerce, design, strategy and development consulting company announced a strategic partnership with Workarea Commerce to add the company’s platform to SUMO’s growing repertoire of digital commerce solutions.  

 

Source credit: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20191110005014/en/Spell-Gypsy-Collective-Launches-Workarea-Commerce-Cloud



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