Would you like to promote and distribute your products online to both distributors and end consumers? Do you need to integrate your public website with backend databases and legacy ERP systems? Would you like to learn how organize and market multiple product lines through your web site?
On April 11th, 10 Patrick Theimer, Executive Vice President of Marketing and E-Commerce at Bush Industries, a leading retailer of office and home office furnishing solutions (including the Kathy Ireland and my | space product lines) provided valuable advice that you can use to deploy your E-Commerce Site. Also, on the panel was Ernie Millares, a Senior Web Developer from Bush Industries’ development partner, Illuminati Studios.Theimer and Millares explained how Bush was able to successfully deploy a suite of web portals that enabled customers to shop for office furnishing solutions, track orders and find local retailers.
During this Webinar, you will learn:
Patrick Theimer, Executive Vice President of Marketing and E-Commerce, Bush Industries
Patrick Theimer has been with Bush Industries since January 2009 and currently serves as EVP Marketing and E-Commerce responsible for the company’s strategic and tactical implementation of all product and brand marketing and ecommerce design. As a member of the Company’s executive team, Patrick is also focused on the management of the company’s two operations divisions, Living and Commercial, as well as initiatives resourced to extend product and brand distribution through multiple markets and channels.
Ernie Millares, Senior Web Developer, Illuminati Studios
Ernie Millares has over 10 years experience developing web-based applications. Before joining Illuminati Studios, he focused on developing content management systems for Microsoft at MSN Latino and streamlined security measures for ecommerce websites at an international electronic payments and risk management company. Ernie has a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Miami and is trained in a variety of traditional programming languages including Java, C++ and Visual Basic.NET.