Case Study: Barnes & Noble College Booksellers

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Committed to keeping pace with market trends, optimizing operations, and streamlining the student experience, Barnes & Noble wanted to upgrade its e-commerce platform. Learn how the company found a solution that offered the functionality, scalability, and reliability needed to create customized online solutions for each of its campus bookstores, while also having the capacity to quickly bring new stores online.

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