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Gymboree adopts Oracle ecommerce platform
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Jan '14
The Gymboree Corporation has selected Oracle Commerce to support its full range of international ecommerce sites including Gymboree, Janie and Jack, and Crazy 8 brands. Along with Oracle Commerce, Gymboree also intends to implement Oracle WebLogic Suite.

"We have replaced our current system and chose Oracle Commerce because the solution provides the functionality we require today combined with Oracle's vision and commitment to omni-channel retail solutions," said Pranav Patel, vice president, Infrastructure and Ecommerce, The Gymboree Corporation.

"The Oracle solution will enable us to deliver an excellent customer experience that is consistent with our brands while supporting ongoing growth."

"Gymboree will use Oracle Commerce to better engage customers wherever and whenever they shop," said Mike Webster, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Retail.

"By putting Oracle Commerce in place, Gymboree is equipping its business to extend the high level of service that customers have come to expect from its brands. Oracle will continue to invest in helping retailers to deliver this type of customer-focused, commerce anywhere retail experience that keeps customers coming back."

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