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Wacom CMS

Project Overview 

Wacom CMS – Wacom Co., Ltd. is a Japan-based $400 million technology manufacturing company. The Company operates in three business segments. The Tablet segment is involved in the development, manufacture and sale of tablets used for graphics design, films and animations production, photographs editing, home pages design and industrial design; the consumer-targeting tablets; liquid crystal tablets. The Component segment mainly provides components and modules of electronic pens, sensors and touch panels which are used for mobile equipment. The Others segment is engaged in the development, sale and maintenance of computer-aided design (CAD) products. The Company distributes its products in domestic market and to overseas markets including the North America, Europe, Asia, Oceania and others.

ServerLogic was approached by Wacom to build an eCommerce and CMS solution to replace their aging Cold Fusion and PHP systems. Serverlogic was responsible for gathering requirements and working with Wacom’s marketing and digital brand teams to create a set of sites that meet the company’s vision. ServerLogic proposed a phased approach, delivering the public-facing Sitecore-based website first, followed shortly by an eCommerce solution built on the Sitecore foundation. The overall solution integrates with existing and new technologies including SAP, Authorize.NET, Sabrix and Microsoft CRM. Since the site’s initial launch, Wacom has successfully overcome historical performance issues induced by product launches, television and internet ad campaigns with the Sitecore solution.  Wacom has also been able to spin off smaller, more focused campaign sites on very short timelines using the Sitecore foundation.

ServerLogic Provided 
  • Requirements gathering and analysis
  • Functional design
  • Technical design
  • Sitecore installation and configuration
  • Development
  • Testing
  • Deployment
  • Training
  • Support
Under the Hood 

ServerLogic utilized Sitecore as the CMS platform to develop Wacom.com