Multi-site, multi-lingual and multi-brand

Be everywhere your customers will be

Responsive website example

It’s not just e-commerce anymore...it’s commerce. Forget about breaking sales down by channels and devices. A consumer needs multiple touchpoints before they convert. Our platform is ideal for omni-channel selling. The consumer path must be seamless and absolutely hassle free. The consumer’s experience should continue from one channel or platform to the next without missing a beat.


It’s not about “overservicing” anymore, it’s about making it “easy.”

Drupal Orange allows you to create a cohesive brand across all sales channels, devices, websites and retail tools throughout the entire customer experience.

Mobile experience is where many e-commerce business fall short. Simply reconfiguring your main site to fit on a mobile device may not serve your customers in the most effective way. Functional change based on needs should be considered, especially given these stats:

80% of shoppers check prices online - half of that from mobile

80% of shoppers check prices online - ⅓ of that from mobile

$12 billion in sales were made via mobile devices in 2013

$12 billion in sales were made via mobile devices in 2013

Over 25% of search is done from mobile

Over 25% of search is done from mobile

Over 40% of email is opened from mobile

Over 40% of email is opened from mobile

Drupal Orange’s responsive design for mobile is all part of the same platform, enabling a fully custom experience catered to exactly what a mobile user needs.


Control of every web property and iteration from one cockpit.

Drupal Orange Commerce Edition can run multiple sites from a single database. You can centrally manage all your content and websites through this one platform. There’s no need for multiple logins or different tools for different systems or sites. Have a team of administrators all work from the same set of tools, with their own administrative privileges.

Here are just a few things you can do with Drupal Orange that other platforms struggle with:

  • Set up content, layout and functionality to respond to the device being used, such as smartphones and tablets.
  • Serve up multiple sites each with different branding and/or content.
  • Provide different content to users in different geographic areas.
    • For example, this can be done by IP, postal code entry, or registered user
  • Choose from 6,000 languages to serve your international markets.
  • Generate personalized content based on customer data from this system.
  • Set up microsites for one-time marketing campaigns.
  • Give distributors or franchises their own portals, leveraging parts of the main site with the ability to add their own content.

PLEASE NOTE: These are just a few examples of what can be done, and all from one database and one platform, if desired. A rare beast indeed.