The Best and Brightest at X.Commerce

Over the last year you’ve probably heard a lot about eBay acquiring and integrating companies under the growing corporate umbrella. You may have heard names like Magento, GSI Commerce and Where mentioned in trade publications and wondered why this is significant. The answer is simple - these companies are changing the way the world transacts online. By harnessing their innovation, talent and resources, X.commerce has been able to create a cohesive platform of best-of-breed technology that developers can use to revolutionize business for merchants everywhere.

With that goal in mind we’d like to invite you to the Innovate Developer Conference taking place at Moscone Center West in San Francisco on October 12th and 13th.  Companies like Facebook, TOMS Shoes, Adobe and eBay will send some of their top talent to speak to attendees about the continuing evolution of online commerce.

From the Innovate site:

“See it first at the Innovate Developer Conference. A seamless commerce experience—any time, anywhere, any way. That’s what consumers want, and that’s what technology is making possible. Now the capabilities developers and merchants need to compete and win in an increasingly complex, fast-changing environment are available in one place. This is X.commerce. Powered by trusted, global leaders in the commerce space—eBay, PayPal, Magento, GSI Commerce, and other best-of-breed partners—X.commerce delivers tools developers need to build new and better end-to-end commerce solutions in a single, flexible, open environment.”

Included among the speakers at Innovate Conference will be ePN's own Julia Barrett. She'll be presenting a session called “eBay Tools to Build a Successful Web or Mobile Business.” That will take place October 13th at 12.30 P.M.

As a publisher you know how important it is to stay on the cutting edge of e-commerce trends and best practices. If you’re in the Bay Area we hope you’ll consider attending. Please leave a comment if you are attending, or if you have a question. See you in San Francisco!