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Score 9.1 out of 100
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Score 7.9 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

CommerceV3

I believe CommerceV3 (CV3) is best suited for small to mid-level catalog companies. You would want to make sure to integrate CV3 with your back end system or you'll be doing a lot of manual entries or manipulating data for table uploads. You can easily manage the templates in CV3 with a basic knowledge of HTML and work up from there
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)

Hybris fits well into a large development organization and will need many disciplines to fully leverage. It should fit very well into SAP heavy environments and recent roadmaps indicate a tighter and tighter integration in the future. It would be a challenge for a smaller shop to cultivate the kind of knowledge diversity necessary. Getting the initial momentum may also be a challenge if you do not have a good implementation partner, at least in the early stages.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Online Storefront

CommerceV3
8.1
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
7.9
Product catalog & listings
CommerceV3
9.1
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.3
Product management
CommerceV3
7.3
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.1
Bulk product upload
CommerceV3
8.2
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.4
Branding
CommerceV3
6.4
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
7.7
Mobile storefront
CommerceV3
7.3
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
7.9
Product variations
CommerceV3
9.1
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.0
Visual customization
CommerceV3
9.1
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
7.4
Website integration
CommerceV3
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
7.6
CMS
CommerceV3
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
7.6

Online Shopping Cart

CommerceV3
7.7
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.2
Abandoned cart recovery
CommerceV3
8.2
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
7.9
Checkout user experience
CommerceV3
7.3
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.6

Online Payment System

CommerceV3
9.1
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.9
eCommerce security
CommerceV3
9.1
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.9

eCommerce Marketing

CommerceV3
8.6
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.2
Promotions & discounts
CommerceV3
9.1
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.3
SEO
CommerceV3
8.2
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
7.7
Personalized recommendations
CommerceV3
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.7

eCommerce Business Management

CommerceV3
8.6
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.3
Order processing
CommerceV3
8.2
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.4
Inventory management
CommerceV3
8.2
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.7
Shipping
CommerceV3
9.1
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.3
Custom functionality
CommerceV3
9.1
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
7.7
Multi-site management
CommerceV3
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.2

Pros

CommerceV3

  • CV3 provides us a plethora of marketing tools to customize offers and campaigns to our customers. I've used BigCommerce and Shopify and neither comes close to the capability of fine tuning sales, offers, and discounts by product, category, customer and more.
  • The purpose of partnering with any e-commerce platform is to provide a secure site and stable checkout process for our customers. CV3 has been amazing at keeping our site up and running through peak traffic and attempted hacks. The checkout process has been rock solid and also integrates seamlessly with PayPal. I've used Amazon Payments in the past without incident, but decided to end that option due to Amazon's policies.
  • CV3's architecture on the back-end is designed to be plain and simple which provides an easy-to-use interface to streamline our work. The template driven structure to manage the front-end will become a favorite for most programmers in no time at all. In fact, I'm not a programmer, but do customization and design changes almost on a daily basis with ease. Any changes made to a template may be viewed on a staging server before pushing live. Templates, as well as other data may be downloaded any time for backups. Exports and imports of product data is simple and powerful allowing me to change massive amounts of data easily.
  • Customer support is always a contentious issue with most providers, however, CV3 has by far been the best I've encountered in over 30+ years of experience with software vendors. They are very responsive and escalate the issue to the proper person without having the redundancy you experience with so many other companies. They understand the issue the first time, and tell you the truth.
  • Any e-commerce business is about shipping. CV3 has the most powerful tools to control shipping. It will challenge the most creative minds on how to best merchandise products based on weight, dollar amount, global geographical location, dimensions, category, exception rules, by carrier, all the way down to the sku level which can have it's own set of rules. It gets complicated, but it works great and ties in with the promotional features as well.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)

  • Large scale product and user data management.
  • Out of the box support for common eCommerce functionality.
  • Robust platform that is supported well and consistently by the Hybris team who are available for direct support if needed.
  • Integrates well with other services if Hybris does not meet all business needs.
  • Localization for multi-national support was easy to implement.
Carter Lathrop | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

CommerceV3

  • An area I'd like to see enhanced is the sku level pricing calendar. You can set specials prices to start and stop at certain dates and times, but it's fixed to certain years. You can't have your chosen items go to seasonal pricing every year at the same time, you have to change the years each year.
  • There are multiple product setups: basic, parent with children, and sub-products. Each type exports on the same datasheet all intermingled and this can be tedious isolating the different types for editing and re-import.
  • Vendor and Brand are data points on each item, but they are not controlled by a table. We end up with the same vendor or brand misspelled multiple times.
  • There is no FTP capability (PCI issue?) and no blog site with the parent domain. These have to be handled using a separate sub-domain.
  • The shipping calculator for customers should be available anywhere there is a shipping option presented during checkout.
  • Faster live times. Currently, it takes about 5 to 10 minutes to see template/product changes pushed to the live cdn.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)

  • CMS Cockpit is slow and inefficient for performing certain kinds of content management and template manipulation tasks. I often defer to the HMC, but this is not a feasible option for our client's content management team.
  • The OOTB UI code that ships with v5.0.1 is several years behind industry standard front end technology. v5.1 shows no promise of significant improvements in this arena. Some things I'd like to see: Dropping the Blueprint framework in favor of something Like Bootstrap, Less Framework or AngularJS. Jquery and key dependent plug-ins need to be upgraded and large, over-featured plugins like JQuery UI abandoned. SASS + Compass should replace static CSS. Granule should be dropped in favor of better tools for JS dependency management, code minification, and file concatenation.
  • Maintaining independent codebases for Desktop and Mobile views increases UI development hours by a margin of 30-50%. Natively supporting the option to configure a responsive design with a framework such as AngularJS would offer flexibility to serve up content and site chrome targeted at a wider range of device classes than just desktop machines and mobile phones.
Erin Riggers | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

CommerceV3

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris) 9.3
Based on 2 answers
Its has very good features and with each upgrade the additional features are really exciting. Hybris delivers the top-rated e-commerce software and omni-channel solution to help enterprises across the globe innovate faster and sell more.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

CommerceV3

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris) 9.0
Based on 3 answers
The SAP Commerce Cloud product has powerful content management that identifies products, catalogs, and promotions. In addition, it has a feature where inventory is tracked integrated with existing ERP (SAP and/or non-SAP) systems. With SAP Commerce Cloud, we can enable transactions to trigger all processes to integrate with existing ERP systems. In this way, it is possible to manage the system from end to end.
zahit bogus | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

CommerceV3

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris) 4.3
Based on 5 answers
We have the right to open a ticket or submit request to SAP support teams for all the problems we have experienced. They also provide solutions for critical issues within 48 hours. In addition, the product has support documents such as a user guide and admin guide. In addition, there is a strong community of users. In this way, we can access solution of some specific problems that we have fallen on from there.
zahit bogus | TrustRadius Reviewer

Implementation Rating

CommerceV3

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris) 8.0
Based on 2 answers
I give this an 8 instead of a 10 because in hindsight, while I am extremely happy with the platform and the things I've learned through my exposure to it, I also see so many areas for improvement in the outcome of my efforts. My advice to front end developers working with Hybris and/or the Java stack for the first time, is to not be intimidated by it. Question everything. Trust your intuition. Do not be afraid to refactor or completely replace something that appears integral to the platform if you see a clear benefit to doing so. It's much less far reaching than you think and the core system will not come crumbling to its knees if you make broad sweeping alterations. In fact, the energy you will expend to retool your site with a new framework will grow in tandem with the amount of time you spend hesitating, and at some point may become critical enough to force your hand while simultaneously becoming risky enough to destabilize your entire project delivery. If you don't like JQuery UI, punt it. If you don't care for the Blueprint CSS framework, burn it down. Making the strategic decision to adopt the toolset that best fits your organization from the very beginning will pay off in spades.
Erin Riggers | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

CommerceV3

In my view, CV3 meets our needs better by allowing us a much easier way to manage the front end the way the templates are structured. BigCommerce recommended using an FTP tool to download, modify, then upload. Shopify has some very sophisticated templates, which, in my mind, required a senior level programmer or lots of outsourcing for even minor changes.Neither of the other systems come close to CV3's marketing capabilities through their promotional tool without any add-ons. Shopify, for example, is stripped down and if you want a certain feature you have to find one of their approved partners, sign-up, integrate the feature and hope it works. To purchase all the features we're currently using in CV3 you'd have quite a list (and expense) of partners. Examples would be enhanced shipping capabilities or the ability to customize a product purchase.CV3 has features specifically geared for a catalog company, like request forms and capturing key codes. Plus, built-in rewards program, wishlist, gift certificates, bulk email, and data feeds for Google Shopper, Channel Advisor and SingleFeed.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)

SAP Commerce Cloud works great in addition to the SAP Analytics Cloud we previously had implemented. Both work wonderfully together hand in hand. We made the decision to supplement SAP Analytics Cloud with SAP Commerce Cloud after have such a great experience with the platform. SAP Commerce Cloud has improved business in so many aspects. It has been a great purchase decision
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

CommerceV3

  • One positive impact has been the use of product reviews. This feature has helped us weed out bad products and promote good ones while allowing customers to share their experience.
  • It's a fixed fee user agreement which favors increasing sales.
  • The stability of the checkout process has helped conversions and lowered support.
  • Having integrated inventory with our back end has helped meet customer expectations.
  • The promotional capabilities of CV3 has allowed us to provide new and different offers keeping customers engaged.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)

  • Our business went through 3 major initiatives to migrate our legacy platform and data to Hybris over the course of several years with multiple tech leadership and dev teams. All 3 of these initiatives failed to launch, largely due to the complexity of the platforms and massively associated tech burdon. A 4th re-platforming succeeded in launching an MVP version with support from expensive consulting firms and to the tune of millions of dollars.
  • Due to the inflexibility of the content management features, marketing teams are severely limited and have had to seek 3rd-party software to layer on top of Hybris to deliver modern customer experiences.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

CommerceV3

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Required
$1,995*

* per store

SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

CommerceV3
9.1
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
7.8

Likelihood to Renew

CommerceV3
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
9.3

Usability

CommerceV3
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
9.0

Support Rating

CommerceV3
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
4.3

Implementation Rating

CommerceV3
SAP Commerce Cloud (formerly SAP Hybris)
8.0

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