One View Commerce Launches Digital Store Platform on THINK Marketing
BOSTON and LONDON—Sept. 2016—OneView Commerce (AIM: ONEV) today announced the availability of the OneView Digital Store Platform on THINK Marketing, a new one-stop destination for marketers to gain knowledge, learn skills and ultimately drive digital transformation within their business. Starting today, companies can bring their stores into the Digital Age—seamlessly integrating all commerce channels with digital-ready point of sale (POS), unified customer engagement and shared content across the enterprise.
● Digital POS that optimizes store processes and drives associate and customer engagement
● Cloud-based POS that enables use of any device to sell, service and engage throughout the store
● Robust cross-platform promotions engine, analyzing customer profiles and delivers custom offers
● Powerful and efficient store level inventory that integrates with the IBM offerings to enable every store as a warehouse and puts the product customers want, where they want it
● A unified commerce framework including more than 20 best-in-class use cases that enable the buy anywhere, return anywhere and source everywhere capabilities that are critical to delivering today’s customer experience
Designed to help chief marketing officers (CMOs) and their teams build proficiency and experience, THINK Marketing delivers news and thought leadership content from the industry’s top marketing influencers and news outlets. The news content links to learning materials, demonstrations, and trials from a variety of vendors around topics such as campaign management, digital marketing and analytics. Through these assets, marketers can gain a deeper knowledge and, when ready, match their needs with solutions from IBM and more than 60 marketing technology companies from around the globe.
“We are committed to bringing the most comprehensive and robust solutions to global retailers who are focused and committed to transforming their customer engagement strategies from the store up. We are thrilled to join THINK Marketing Platform to help educate companies and connect them with solutions that put them on the path to success,” said Linda Palanza, chief operating officer at OneView Commerce.
“We are excited to welcome OneView Commerce to THINK Marketing,” said Maria Winans, CMO, IBM Commerce. “Together we will not only inform and educate marketers, we will provide guidance as they look to chart their own business transformation.”
To learn more about the OneView Digital Store Platform, visit the IBM marketplace now.
About OneView Commerce
OneView Commerce is a pioneer in digital store transformation, helping global retailers implement successful unified commerce strategies that center on the critical engagement in store. The company’s cloud-based Digital Store Platform combines digital-ready point of sale, line busting, and end-to-end unified commerce capabilities, with the ability to capture and deliver the rich content from these store interactions across the retail enterprise. OneView enables the exchange of this powerful store information to immediately impact sales, business operations and the customer experience. Travis Perkins plc, Wickes, Discount Tire Corporation, and E-Plus Gruppe are among the global retailers revolutionizing their stores with OneView Commerce. www.oneviewcommerce.com, Twitter: @oneviewcommerce.
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