Time to market
Build your new processes, services and prototypes in time to fit your customer needs.
Your data everywhere at any time. Keep up the overview of all your content in one platform.
Increase the performance in your sales channels by the availability of stock and data at all levels.
– Our Mission –
....Together we create impressive customer experiences and bring your business processes into the cloud. Stay independent of traditional software processes and prepare yourself for the commerce of the future. You always remain the ruler of your own processes.
Stephanie Blass, QVC:
"We need to develop our technological capabilities. Which means simplified: payment options, wishlists, an extended login, and new shopping app offerings."
Stephan Oehl, Tally Weijl:
"Traditional business models will not work in the future. But we need to change not only the technology we use, but more importantly the way we work. One of our approaches are Cross-service teams, that can interact with each other in the short term.”
Florian Mey, Mey:
“The cycle of our project development should be significantly shorter. The more fashionable the goods, the faster we have to be. Another goal is to better link the channels, so that, for example, our stationary vouchers can also be redeemed online. That does not work yet and is actually an absolute no-go.”
EK-Servicegroup CEO Franz-Josef Hasebrink in an interview with E-Tailment
How do you want to know the stocks of the retailers, if they often do not know their stocks themselves? "The landscape in a group like ours is diverse." Our retailers have developed very differently. But generally, they all use modern merchandise management systems. "The mid-sized companies already had to qualify enormously. But there are also companies that do not rely on single items for their merchandise management. This may still have worked in the 20th century. But in the 21st century this is no longer a future project. "
Thomas. Quibeldey, Head of IT Baby One:
"We wanted to expand the co-operation of the HQ with the single markets, but needed a standard IT infrastructure and a higher Internet speed."