It may not be a platform that’s particularly mainstream in the UK currently, but BigCommerce Enterprise regularly features in lists of the top eCommerce platforms in North America and is making some real headway in the mid-level and enterprise sectors at the moment. Delivered as a SaaS solution, BigCommerce tends to compete for merchants who want a fast time-to-launch, low technical resource requirements and a straightforward and user-friendly interface, both front-end and for admin users.
Whilst the enterprise market might have been dominated for a long time by the likes of Oracle (ATG and Endeca), IBM (Websphere), Magento (more recently), Demandware (Salesforce Commerce Cloud), Hybris (SAP CX) etc – things are really starting to open up now with both BigCommerce and Shopify Plus really starting to push for deals in this space. The enterprise version of BigCommerce has picked up some very credible clients in the last few years, and after a recent funding round, are really pushing things in both North America and Europe.
The list below covers some of the better-known and best-designed stores on BigCommerce’s current client list, but it’s by no means comprehensive, so if you know of other BigCommerce sites that you feel should be included, just let me know by adding a comment below.
Utah-based Skullcandy makes some of the most sought-after headphones, earphones and associated devices on the market today, with revenues of more than $266 million in 2015. This was a pretty high profile win for BigCommerce, after they migrated over from Salesforce Commerce Cloud.
Nicely designed swimwear store. Founder, Melanie Travis, cites customer support and platform flexibility as key attractions for her business.
Ben & Jerry’s
Cutter & Buck
Pistons Locker Room
Travelpro Luggage Outlet
Martha Stewart Cafe
If you have any questions about any of the BigCommerce stores listed above or about any of the services I provide, please feel free to email me on firstname.lastname@example.org.