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Cactus Commerce Inc.
|Legal Name: Cactus Commerce Inc.|
|Operating Name: Cactus Commerce Inc.|
300-490 Saint Joseph Blvd
300-490 Saint Joseph Blvd
|Telephone: (819) 778-0313|
|Toll Free Phone: 1-888-222-8870|
|Fax: (819) 420-0121|
|Website URL: http://www.cactuscommerce.com|
|Area of Responsibility: Domestic Sales & Marketing|
|Telephone: (905) 673-9923|
|Fax: (905) 673-1445|
Cactus Commerce is an e-business software and services company with over 10 years of experience integrating Microsoft solutions. Dedicated to helping organizations of all sizes drive additional revenue through electronic commerce in B2C, B2B and B2E scenarios, Cactus offers solutions for Supply Chain Management, Enterprise Collaboration & Integration and e-Commerce. Cactus solutions combine a wide array of professional services and unique industry expertise that enables companies in the Retail, Consumer Goods, Manufacturing and Healthcare industries to collaborate electronically with business partners, taking full advantage of their existing and future Microsoft technology investments.
|Country of Ownership:||Canada|
|Primary Industry (NAICS):||541510 - Computer Systems Design and Related Services|
|Primary Business Activity:||Services|
|Total Sales ($CDN):||$10,000,000 to $24,999,999|
|Number of Employees:||140|
Product / Service / Licensing
The Cactus Multi Channel Retail Framework helps businesses build and connect e-commerce online systems, in-store systems, call centers, marketing channels and operations into one coherent digital nervous system. Thanks to strategic implementations of Enterprise Collaboration & Integration (ECI), GDS, PIM and RFID technologies. Once product information has been standardized, synchronized and centralized it is ready to be pushed for retail consumption through multiple retail channels.
Enterprise Collaboration & Integration
Cactus Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) solutions integrate disparate internal systems and business processes that result from divisional business models, acquisitions and departmental, or non-centralized, architectures. Cactus EAI solutions leverage the power of Microsoft BizTalk Server in conjunction with the Cactus Enterprise Integration Framework to quickly connect to systems such as SAP, Oracle and Microsoft Dynamics.
Supply Chain Management
The Cactus Commerce SCM solutions make it possible for organizations to embrace industry-driven changes and transition to next generation of collaborative e-commerce leveraging PIM, GDS and RFID to increase the operational efficiency of the supply chain.
Technology profileOur ePayment Product was architected for Internet based
transactions and is entirely XML based. We manage delivery of
all our Products and Solutions according to MSF standards
(Microsoft Solution Framework) and the for Microsoft .Net
Platform. We are Subject Matter Experts for Microsoft World
Wide, on MSSE (Microsoft Solution for Supplier Enablement) and
master Microsoft BizTalk and Commerce Servers.
Industry sector market interests:
- Consumer Products
- Information Technology and Telecommunications
- United Kingdom
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Date Modified: 2013-05-18