Press for Demandware

Demandware Inc. has completed a $22.4 million equity offering to six investors, an amended SEC filing shows.  The Woburn, Mass.-based ecommerce company took in $15 million last year.  Principals named in the filing include president and CEO Thomas Ebling; CFO Scott Dussault; and directors Stephan Schambach, who is the chairman and founder of Demandware; Larry Bohn from Cambridge-based General Catalyst Partners; Michael Skok from Waltham-based North Bridge Venture Partners; Dean Breda; Charles Kane, most recently from a non-profit affiliate of MIT; and Jit Saxena, most recently from Marlborough, Mass.-based Netezza.

Amadesa (http://www.amadesa.com ), a pioneer in website optimization solutions, announced today a technology partnership withDemandware, the global leader in on-demand e-commerce. Through a no-cost, pre-built integration for joint customers, Amadesa and Demandware deliver a simplified path toward website optimization and return on e-commerce platform investments.

Demandware, Inc. debuted Demandware® Mobile, a mobile Web storefront for all companies selling direct-to-consumer, that integrates to and extends any ecommerce platform, including ATG and IBM WebSphere.

Woburn-based ecommerce software provider Demandware Inc. debuted a new product this morning – Demandware Mobile. The product takes the functionality and operational benefits of Demandware’s web-based ecommerce offering and brings it to the mobile channel – positioning the company as a multi-channel ecommerce provider. Demandware Mobile targets the $2.2 billion in physical goods purchased by shoppers through websites from their mobile phones this year – $1 billion more than last year and five times more than 2008.