Paris and San Francisco, April 6, 2022 — Platform.sh, a unified, secure, enterprise-grade platform for building, running and scaling web applications, and Adobe, today announced a renewed five-year agreement for Adobe Commerce to leverage the Platform.sh Platform as a Service (PaaS).
Adobe Commerce helps brands build and deliver personalized, multichannel commerce experiences from a single platform. As part of the agreement, Platform.sh has become a Premier Partner in the Adobe Exchange Partner Program. Platform.sh’s new Premier Partner status builds on a longstanding relationship with Adobe.
With consumers changing the way they shop, brands need solutions that make it easy to deliver real-time personalized shopping experiences to meet customer demands. The extension of the partnership continues the evolution of Commerce at Adobe, enabling customers to easily build, run, and scale an end-to-end commerce experience in the cloud. The Platform.sh infrastructure management for Adobe Commerce Managed Services and Cloud Pro streamlines the developer experience and deployment velocity while optimising cloud performance and infrastructure efficiency. By focusing on efficiencies Platform.sh is helping Adobe reduce its carbon footprint across the ecommerce platform.
“It’s an honour to extend our partnership with Adobe for another five years,” said Fred Plais, CEO and Co-founder at Platform.sh. “We are committed in supporting Adobe Commerce to have an even brighter future, with a reinforced focus on making the management of the eCommerce product effortless, with an enhanced developer experience and a lower carbon footprint.”
“We’re pleased to renew our partnership with Platform.sh and view them as a key partner to enabling the success of our customers with more agility and faster deployment of commerce experiences,” said Loni Stark, VP of Strategy and Product at Adobe. “We look forward to the next phase of our partnership, where together we will make continuous improvements to our platform and help merchants and brands grow their businesses and better serve their clients.”