Portaltech Reply is the
leading hybris Partner with offices in London, Milan and Dusseldorf.The company holds
Platinum Elite Status and is
awarded Global Partner of the Year several times with over 50 major hybris projects to its name.Portaltech Reply offers an end-to-end set of products and services for
multi-channel commerce. This includes: consulting, commerce platform implementation and integration, mobile and digital design, YaaS and on-premise
warehouse management, proximity marketing, SAP Customer Engagement and Commerce, mobile payments and Cloud based hosting on the Amazon and Google platforms, wrapped in a full managed service from one single supplier.Portaltech Reply clients include: Bunzl Group, Costco Wholesale, Delhaize Group, Monsoon & Accessorize and TUI Travel.
REPLY: STRONGER TOGETHERPortaltech Reply is part of Reply, a leading Consulting, Systems Integration and Application Management company, specialising in the creation and implementation of solutions based on new communication networks and digital media.Based on a network of companies specialised by service offering, Reply combines the planning and organisational capacity of a large corporation with the flexibility and dynamism typical of specialist companies.Reply supports the main European Industrial groups operating in Telco and Media, Banking, Insurance and Financial companies, Industry and Services, Energy and Utilities and Public Administration market segments.
Proximity Commerce™ is when the customer has full control of when they make their purchasing decision, whether at home, online or on the go and whom they choose to involve. The retailer that enables this ‘conversation’ will better understand their customers’ needs and build long-term relationships. It is Reply’s vision of how technology can enable the retailer to have a genuine understanding and connection with each customer thus building loyalty over a period of time across many purchases.
Long Tall Sally wanted to launch and manage multiple sites through a new platform that was going to be easier to maintain and required less training than is often required when integrating disparate technologies. The new ecommerce system needed to support a multilanguage, multi-currency website to support its long term aims to build the brand globally.