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Criteria for the 2014 Magic Quadrant for Digital Commerce

Published: 18 March 2014

ID: G00262398

Analyst(s): Praveen Sengar, Penny Gillespie, Chris Fletcher, David Kohler, Gene Alvarez


We see continuing strong demand for digital commerce and a focus on providing a positive customer experience across multiple channels and device types in virtually every industry. Business and IT leaders and C-level executives can use the digital commerce Magic Quadrant to guide their decisions.

Table Of Contents


  • Digital Commerce Market Definition
  • Inclusion Criteria
  • Evaluation Criteria, Definitions and Weightings
    • Ability to Execute
    • Completeness of Vision

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