New Partnership Adds White-Glove Mission-Critical CMS Hosting on Fully-Managed Servers and on AWS
JetRails, a premier provider of fully-managed and highly-optimized website hosting for established eCommerce businesses, announced a strategic partnership with BigCommerce, the leading SaaS eCommerce platform for fast-growing and established brands.
This new alliance propels BigCommerce’s Headless Commerce offerings by pairing BigCommerce’s rich API-integrations with on-premise content management systems (CMS) with the advanced hosting stack and award-winning support services provided by JetRails. Whether an eCommerce store owner requires a dedicated server or cluster for their CMS, or a more elastic AWS hosting environment, JetRails provides tailored solutions.
“eCommerce merchants, marketers, and web developers want to be able to leverage their favorite CMS platforms, like WordPress and Drupal, with a SaaS eCommerce solution. By meeting this demand head-on, BigCommerce is leading the way forward for a new generation of online stores,” said Robert Rand, Director of Partnerships & Alliances, JetRails. “We’re excited to be part of this revolution in eCommerce, allowing JetRails and BigCommerce to work together to meet and exceed the expectations of established merchants that want a highly-supported, secure, fast, reliable, flexible, and scalable eCommerce solution.”
BigCommerce Enterprise merchants that want to enjoy the freedom of Headless Commerce now have a partner they can rely on to provide on-premise CMS hosting that meets their specific needs. Additionally, JetRails clients will have more flexibility than ever in choosing the right eCommerce platform to grow with.
“Our partnership with JetRails further illustrates our commitment to providing merchants access to the highest-caliber technologies and service providers available in the industry,” said Russell Klein, chief development officer for BigCommerce. “JetRails shares our desire to help merchants sell more and grow faster to maximize success, and we look forward to working together to mutually support customers.”