How commercetools wins against Salesforce
The main difference between Salesforce and commercetools is the ability to support your business goals with custom eCommerce solutions. Salesforce is monolithic at its core, which translates to hard-to-adapt systems. In contrast, the foundation of commercetools is built on a composable infrastructure, so your commerce solution can grow with your changing business needs.MIGRATE TO COMMERCETOOLS
Why choose commercetools over Salesforce?
Move from the monolithic approach of Salesforce to the modular and composable commercetools solution that can address complex requirements without the complexity.Why commercetools is the best commerce solution
Future-proof your tech stack
Pioneered by commercetools, MACH® (Microservices-based, API-first, Cloud-native and Headless) architecture ensures every component of your eCommerce system can be swapped at any time so you can always stay ahead of new market and customer trends.
No more costly upgrades
Enjoy a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) with commercetools. Being a cloud-native SaaS, commercetools doesn't have infrastructure or maintenance expenses and agile releases mean the latest in security and reliability features.
Compose commerce your way
With commercetools Composable Commerce, you can choose best-in-class components to power omnichannel experiences natively across any business model (B2B, B2C, D2C) — all in one commerce stack.
While Salesforce continues its migration toward a composable platform, B2C Commerce Cloud is still monolithic in nature, with few functions individually deployable as services (...). Companies pursuing composable commerce use cases will find more flexibility in other platforms.