People are cooking and eating at home more often for their health and for the fun of it, which is good news for Lenox Corporation. The luxury tableware and gift maker is taking advantage of the shift in preferences by upgrading its technologies to target younger audiences who do much of their shopping online.
Implementing Adobe ColdFusion Enterprise lets Lenox update apps it has built over the past 19 years and create new apps that enhance e-commerce capabilities. For instance, the company is converting external ColdFusion applications, such as its B2B and supply chain websites, and internal applications including business intelligence tools and its employee intranet.
“As my developers convert applications, they find new features in Adobe ColdFusion that accelerate and simplify processes,” says Betty Jeitner, Senior Director IT Applications, Lenox Corporation. “At this point, we have yet to discover everything we can do.”
Currently, three developers support ColdFusion rapid application development, long-term usage, and system stability. Once they migrate ColdFusion to new hardware, the team will also integrate it with mission-critical software, including Lenox’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. https://adobe.ly/2lumwF7