hybris software, an SAP company and the world’s fastest growing commerce platform provider, today announced that it has been included as a Leader in Gartner’s latest ‘Magic Quadrant for Digital Commerce’ (dated 29 September 2014). Following its continued growth, and the strengthening of its position in the commerce market through 2014, hybris continues to build upon this success in the rapidly transforming Digital Commerce market.
According to Gartner: “We see continuing strong demand for digital commerce as organizations invest to improve the customer experience and extend the infrastructure required for the creation of new digital business designs.” The report continues, “By 2018, organizations that have fully invested in all types of online personalization will outsell companies that have not by more than 30%.”
“Customers are digitally connected, socially networked and better informed than ever before. As businesses sell more products in a digital format they enable their customers to interact in a relevant and contextual way, regardless of channel or device,” said Ariel Luedi, CEO of hybris software. “We are delighted with the position we have been given in this latest report by Gartner, and feel that it validates our position as being at the forefront in innovation and best practice with both B2B and B2C models.”
The Leaders quadrant contains technology providers that demonstrate the optimal blend of insight, innovation, execution and the ability to see what's going to happen next. These providers lead the market in e-commerce by consistently demonstrating their understanding of emerging technologies, such as personalization and mobile; by understanding globalization and emerging vertical industries beyond retail; by providing a single platform to address B2B, B2C and B2B2C digital commerce requirements; and by supporting multiple delivery models as per customer requirements. These technology providers offer products that cover core e-commerce capabilities as well as innovative capabilities, and they are consistently on clients' "longlists" and shortlists of e-commerce evaluations. Leaders have a record of winning these accounts and delivering customer satisfaction, strong support and professional services, leading to the implementation of successful e-commerce sites.
The Gartner report referenced in this press release is:
Gartner, Inc. “Magic Quadrant for Digital Commerce”, by Chris Fletcher, Gene Alvarez, Praveen Sengar, Penny Gillespie and David Kohler, dated 29 September, 2014.
For a copy of the report please visit: www.hybris.com/en/downloads/analyst-report/gartner-magic-quadrant-digital-commerce-2014/716
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