25 January 2013
Portaltech Reply, the Reply Group company specialising in the provision of eCommerce implementation and multichannel consulting services, was recognised as
Global Partner of the Year for the second year running, by
hybris, a leading provider of omni-channel commerce software, during the Partner Meeting hybris, held in Munich on the 24th January 2013.
The prestigious “Global Partner of the Year” was awarded to Portaltech Reply thanks to the successful delivery of major projects for customers such as Bunzl Group, CostCo Wholesale, O2 and TUI Travel.
Portaltech Reply, the only hybris global partner on Platinum Elite level, was named Global Partner of the Year, outperforming 160 hybris partners from Europe, North America and Asia Pacific, as a result of the excellence of multichannel eCommerce projects developed on hybris platform.
Speaking about the award, Frank Schoutissen, VP Channel at hybris said: “hybris prides itself in knowing that the hybris Channel delivers best practice end-to-end multi-channel commerce solutions. Portaltech Reply is an award winning eBusiness consultancy which has provided customers with an exceptionally high level of service in their eCommerce projects. We’re proud to have Portaltech Reply as our partner and delighted to name them as our Global Partner of the Year“. Portaltech Reply’s focus for the future will be on concentrating their investments on the continual growth of global eCommerce projects based on hybris technologies and on the integration of Reply proprietary mobile channel platforms for mobile payments, fulfillment and proximity marketing solutions. Portaltech Reply aims at becoming a qualified reference for companies intended to innovate their online sales channels.
Reply eCommerce survey* data indicates that the future of retailers is increasingly more digital, online and mobile channels will be the key to foster the success and boost revenue growth of retailers and that digital channel sales will reach 45% within 2014.
*Source: Portaltech Reply and eDigital Research survey:
The Challenges of Realising a True Multichannel Vision.