AndyMark Selects Workarea to Accelerate Ecommerce Growth
AndyMark, Inc., a privately-owned robotics parts manufacturer and retailer, has chosen Workarea, the world’s most modern SaaS ecommerce platform for growing brands and retailers, to support its digital business growth.
“Workarea will improve our time to market and allow our small group to do anything because we can integrate and develop on our terms,” said Jerry Budd, Director of Engineering at AndyMark
Workarea will offer a truly unified system bringing together ecommerce, content management, search, and real-time customer and product insights. “We’re eager to use a platform that eliminates unnecessary steps and helps us plan content out ahead of time. Since we don’t have a dedicated person handling development or management of our site, the centralized system in Workarea will ensure our team moves cohesively,” said Jerry Budd, Director of Engineering at AndyMark.
Before choosing Workarea, AndyMark evaluated other popular ecommerce platforms, but versatility and a built-in content management system were essential needs. The user-friendly admin in Workarea allows AndyMark employees not strong in web development to make site changes without fear of breaking the shopping experience and being left without support.
Workarea is an enterprise SaaS commerce platform that combines ecommerce, content management, search and merchant insights into a single modern platform. A product of 20+ years experience of ecommerce services firm WebLinc, Workarea was built specifically for high growth, innovative brands and online merchants. Workarea is the platform of choice for companies such as The Reformation, Lonely Planet, The Bouqs, Sanrio/Hello Kitty, Do it Best Corp., U.S. Polo Assn., Woodcraft, Costume SuperCenter, Lime Crime, and many others.