2015 Edition

Vendor Leaders

Ranking the E-Commerce Solutions Providers Powering the Top 1,000 E-Retailers

See at a glance which vendors are driving sales growth for the largest e-retailers.

  • Available as a 347-page digital edition only
  • Ranks 195 largest vendors to the Top 1,000
  • Top vendors in 30 solutions categories
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See at a glance which vendors are driving sales growth for the largest e-retailers.

At 347 pages, this trusted research publication serves as an annual ranking of the 195 biggest vendors based on their number of clients ranked in the Internet Retailer 2014 Top 500 Guide® and Second 500 Guide and the web sales those retailers represent. The 2015 Leading Vendors to the Top 1,000 comprehensively ranks the top vendors in each of 30 solutions categories—from affiliate marketing to web site testing/optimization—based on the total 2014 and 2013 e-commerce sales of their clients among North America’s Top 1,000 e-retailers. Which solutions providers dominate their respective categories? Even more importantly, which ones are your competitors using in your merchandising category? We’ve got the answers.

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What you get

  • 347-page digital edition
  • Profiles of top 10 vendors in 30 solutions categories
  • 45 data points per vendor listing
  • Cover story detailing retailers’ 2015 tech spending plans
  • Collective web sales of Top 1,000 clients broken down by merchant type
  • Entry level pricing information
  • Full description of each vendors’ product application or service

Knowing the leading vendors in the 30 categories of e-commerce technology, the e-retailing clients they serve and the merchandise segments each vendor targets would be an invaluable resource for both e-retailers making technology investments and the vendors competing for their business.

-– Jack Love, Publisher & Chairman, Internet Retailer
  • WHAT'S INCLUDED
  • SOLUTIONS CATEGORIES
  • COMPANIES
  • METHODOLOGY

WHAT'S INCLUDED

Meet the top e-commerce solutions providers fueling online retailing.

With the 2015 Leading Vendors to the Top 1,000, retailers will be able to see at a glance which leading vendors are driving sales growth for the largest online retailers. In all, 195 leading e-commerce vendors are listed (up 13% from the previous edition) with 45 data points per vendor listing that provide robust details on the top e-retailing clients they serve.

Solutions categories tracked
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Solutions Categories

Affiliate Marketing
Comparison Engine Feeds
Content Delivery
Content Management
CRM
Customer Reviews & Forums
Customer Service Software
E-Commerce Platform
E-Mail Marketing
Fulfillment

International Services
Live Chat/Click-To-Call
Marketplace Management
Mobile Commerce
Online Advertising
Order Management
Payment Security
Payment Systems
Personalization
Rich Media

Search Engine Marketing
Security Certification
Shipping Carrier
Site Design
Site Search
Social Media Marketing
Web Analytics
Web Hosting
Web Performance Monitoring
Web Site Testing/Optimization

Companies

Vendor
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Ability Commerce
Accertify
Acxiom
Adobe
AdRoll
Advertising.com
Again Interactive
Agility Multichannel
Akamai
AlertSite
Alliance Entertainment
Altas
Amazon
Answers (Easy2 Technologies)
Answers (ForeSee)
Answers (Webcollage)
AT&T
AvantLink
Baker & Taylor
Baynote
Bazaarvoice
BloomReach
BoldChat by LogMeIn
Bongo International
Borderfree
Branding Brand
Brightcove
BroadVision
Brooks Bell
Canada Post
CardinalCommerce
CBI Fulfillment Services
Celebros
CenturyLink
Certona
CEVA Logistics
Chango
ChannelAdvisor
Chase Paymentech
CJ Affiliate by Conversant
clixGalore Affiliate Marketing
CloudFlare
CNET Content Solutions
CommerceHub
Comodo
Compuware APM
CPC Strategy
Crisp Thinking
Criteo
Critical Mass
Customer Relationship Metrics
CyberSource
Demandware
DHL
DigiCert
Digital River
Dotomi (Conversant)
EasyAsk
eBay Enterprise
EchoMail
Edgecast
eGain
EMC
Ensighten
Entrust
Epsilon

ESV Digital
Experian Marketing Services
Expicient
FedEx
First Data
FIS
Flashtalking
Genesys
GeoTrust
Gigya
GoDaddy
Google
Hewlett-Packard
HighJump Software
HiSoftware
hybris software, an SAP Company
IBM Enterprise Marketing Management
iCrossing
Impact Radius
Infor
Innotrac
Insights powered by Bizrate
Internap
International Delivery Solutions
Invodo
i-parcel
iPerceptions
iProspect
JDA Software Group
Jive
KANA Software
Kenshoo
Keynote Systems
Limelight Networks
LiveChat
LivePerson
Magento
Manhattan Associates
Marin Software
Maxymiser
McAfee SECURE (PathDefender) 
MediaMath
Mercent
MerchantAdvantage
Merkle
Merkle|Impaqt
MICROS Systems
Microsoft
Mixpo
Mobify
Monetate
Monsoon Commerce
Moovweb
MotionPoint
Moxie
Mu Sigma
MyBuys
Nanigans
National Payment Processing
Needle
Netsolace
NetSuite
New Relic
NonstopDelivery
OnTrac
OpinionLab

Optimizely
Oracle
PayPal
PayPal Credit
PEER 1 Hosting
Performics
Phunware
Pitney Bowes
Pivotal Labs
Pivotal Software
Pluck
PM Digital
PointRoll
Poptent
PowerReviews
R/GA
Rackspace
Rakuten LinkShare
Razorfish
ReD (ACI Worldwide)
Resource Interactive
Responsys
RichRelevance
RKG (Merkle)
Salesforce.com
SAP
SAS
SEKO Logistics
SellPoints
SendGrid
ShareASale
ShopVisible
Shoutlet
SiteSpect
Sizmek
Skava
SLI Systems
SOASTA
Speed Commerce
StrongView
Symantec
T3
TellApart
Teradata
Thanx Media
Thawte
TowerData
Triggit
Trueffect
Trustwave
TurnTo Networks
UPS
Usablenet
UserTesting
USPS
Vantiv
Vendio Services
Verizon Enterprise Solutions
Virtucom Group
Visual Website Optimizer (Wingify)
WebLinc
Webtrends
West Corp.
Wildfire (Google)
Yesmail Interactive
zanox
Zendesk

Methodology

How We Gather the Data for the Leading Vendors to the Top 1,000

The Leading Vendors to the Top 1,000 ranks the e-commerce technology and service vendors that the Top 1,000 e-retailers rely on the most. To determine each vendor’s ranking, Internet Retailer compiled a list of clients each vendor serves among the retailers listed in the 2014 and 2013 Top 500 and Second 500 Guides and totaled those retailers’ annual web sales.

Charts and rankings take into account consolidation among e-commerce technology providers.

Dollar figures for some of the vendors in the rankings include the services provided by companies they’ve acquired in recent years. Oracle, for instance, includes the business allocated to ATG for e-commerce platforms, Endeca for site search and FatWire for personalized content. MICROS includes Fry, the e-commerce platform company, and Salesforce.com includes e-mail marketing service ExactTarget.

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