Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) October 29, 2013
Commerce Guys, creators of Drupal Commerce and the leading eCommerce company working with Drupal, announced their Commerce Kickstart 2.0 solution has won the grand prize at the E-Commerce Awards 2013. This is the fourth time in the last two months that the company has received recognition for Commerce Kickstart 2.0.
Commerce Guys’ recent award acknowledgements include:
“We feel honored to have won so many notable achievements for Commerce Kickstart 2.0,” said Frédéric Plais, CEO of Commerce Guys. “Our expertise lies in providing online merchants with the powerful, responsive and innovative eCommerce solutions that they need. These recognitions are just another testament to our goal of meeting the necessities of modern e-retailers.”
Commerce Guys has also received overall company accolades recently. This spring, Lead411 recognized them as one of their Hot Midwestern Companies. Syntec Numérique named the company winner of their 2013 Innovation Award this fall.
Commerce Guys’ award-winning product, Commerce Kickstart 2.0, is an accelerator for Drupal Commerce sites. Indicating the rise of Drupal Commerce in the world of eCommerce, Commerce Kickstart 2.0 provides the tools for the rapid creation of powerful websites and consists of a demo store with a catalog for faceted search and beautiful pages of product presentation, as well as built-in responsive design for tablets and smart phones. These tools can save weeks of work in the design of an eCommerce site. Commerce Kickstart 2.0 is completely free, supported by an active community of developers and is based on the unique expertise of Commerce Guys.
About Commerce Guys
Featured in Gartner Inc.’s Cool Vendors in E-Commerce 2012 and 2013 reports, Commerce Guys is the creator of Drupal Commerce, one of the fastest growing eCommerce solutions with over 30,000 active sites worldwide. Drupal Commerce is a revolutionary software integrating commerce, content and community to create engaging Web experiences that bring e-retailers more traffic to drive more commerce.