Bold Commerce and Crowd Favorite Announce Private Beta Launch of Bold Checkout for WooCommerce
Bold Checkout is a powerful, performance enhancing checkout solution available now in private beta for high-growth, scaling WooCommerce retailers
Bold Commerce, a leading provider of modular ecommerce solutions, announced the private beta launch of Bold Checkout for WooCommerce at the WP Engine Virtual Summit 2020 (#WPESummit). In partnership with Crowd Favorite, a leading digital solutions provider, the private beta is an invite-only program designed for high growth retailers that require a highly performant and customizable checkout experience.
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“Bold Commerce is committed to extending the functionality of the WooCommerce platform to help retailers build the digital experiences their customers demand, especially during this rapidly changing time in ecommerce. We are thrilled to launch Bold Checkout with Crowd Favorite — an agency committed to delivering innovative and versatile digital experiences. Together, we will boost performance and deliver unmatched flexibility for high-growth retailers,” said Mike Sanchez, Chief Revenue Officer, Bold Commerce.
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Crowd Favorite brings their many decades of experience to the table to support the Bold Checkout beta. Their team of talented engineers and developers will work side by side with our team to deliver a high-quality, solution oriented, beta.
“We are excited to work with Bold around bringing our experience in high quality scaling, and advanced enterprise features into woo checkout experience,” noted Karim Marucchi, CEO, Crowd Favorite. “Our client experience is a priority and we chose our technology partnerships with that in mind. We are always looking to drive technology forward and Bold is at the forefront of eCommerce today.”
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