Apptus eSales Fashion¶
Based on many years of experience in e-commerce, with large successful fashion clients, Apptus has launched the product eSales Fashion. Apptus eSales Fashion is a powerful search and merchandising solution, tailor-made for online fashion retailers. It is built to provide retailers with intelligent merchandising possibilities and end customers with a great user experience.
Apptus patented behavioural-driven algorithms (US Patent No. 10 528 577) provides retailers with optimised search, category listings, navigation, and recommendations. Visitors will be able to find what they want easier due to fashion domain knowledge, semantic intelligence and colour understanding playing a big part in the ranking of listings.
Furthermore, eSales Fashion offers a set of perfectly fitted Web Components, built to provide the best possible user experience. These are built in symbiosis with the core functionality with focus on the entire user journey and research based UX guidelines. Adding to that, the full power of eSales Fashion is directly accessible though a Web API, enabling the same type of features but with unlimited flexibility and customization for retailers.
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