Jerry’s Hockey Warehouse

Client: Jerry’s Hockey  |  Date: Fall 2012  |  Visit Online

eCommerce Site Implementation Summary

For almost 40 years, Jerry’s Hockey Warehouse has been outfitting and providing service to all of Chicago’s hockey players and enthusiasts. Jerry’s Hockey Warehouse has five brick and mortar stores and credits its success and staying power to an exceptional dedication to its customers. In order to remain competitive, increase revenue, create national brand awareness, and better serve its existing customer base, Jerry’s Hockey had an initiative to bring its products and services to the online marketplace. Our team helped Jerry’s Hockey complete an eCommerce site implementation.

Prior to the development and deployment of their eCommerce site, Jerry’s Hockey had a content management system that was monitored and updated as often as possible, but it lacked the functionality to sell online. Because so many retailers offer their products online, it was paramount to the future of Jerry’s Hockey Warehouse that they did so as well.

As a Certified Magento Silver Solution partner, Briteskies was the ideal candidate for Jerry’s Hockey to work with in order to design, develop and deploy the jerryshockey.com eCommerce site. The Briteskies Web Team and eCommerce analysts work closely with clients to acquire a deep understanding of the functional and business requirements each company has. In regard to Jerry’s Hockey, Briteskies placed the weight of our emphasis on helping to establish a workflow for an organization that was becoming acquainted with selling online.

Now, on the Magento eCommerce platform, Jerry’s Hockey Warehouse is proudly offering an incredibly wide and ever-growing inventory, including skates, sticks, apparel, and accessories, to their customers online.

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