Online retailers who want to sell their products in different countries or to different target groups (e.g. B2B, B2C) can use Smartstore to operate a flexible multi-store above a shop administration (instance).
Intelligent toasters or fitness collars for dogs are just a few of today's "silly things" which are linked to the Internet of Things (IoT) and thus become "intelligent". Connected objects and machines in factories offer the chance for a "fourth industrial revolution".
Modern microservices solutions for today's trade. Those who use Smartstore in the Open Source Edition as a microservice-based platform make the increasingly complex customer behavior and the growing variety of end devices in their commerce architecture possible.
Production and service companies, oil and gas companies and utilities are vertical markets in which we have seen how the Internet of Things has completely revitalized and accelerated innovation. Microsoft Azure IoT Central is emerging as a preferred platform for many of these companies. Smartstore is part of the value chain.