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Quick Facts and Numbers enabling companies to communicate and sell across all channelsFounded 1997; 170+ employees; 60+ implementation partners with over 1,000professionals on a daily business engaged with hybris280+ customers (67 new customers in 2009 / 80+ new customers in 2010)Average annual growth rate last four years> 60%Fastest-growing Multichannel-Commerce software company; largest in Europe
Structure: hybris group & customer distribution hybris AG Swiss hybris Corp. hybris BV hybris Sweden AB hybris SA hybris Sales Office USA Netherlands Sweden Poland Italy hybris UK Ltd. hybris GmbH hybris Austria GmbH hybris AG UK Germany Austria/CEE France
Analyst Perception: Forrester 2009 vs. 2010 eCommerce eCommerce (ATG acquired by Oracle in 11.2010)
Hybris View of the Market
The world around us is changing...
We have fundamentally changed the way we communicate
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People change the way they shop continously
The purchase journey is no longer lineair Presales Product Trans- Delivery After Sales Assistance Payment Delivery Returns Information Availability action Status ServicesChannelsPrintTV/RadioStoreInternetLetterE-MailTelephoneFaxSMS/MMS Usage of channel Channel combination example of multichannel customers Source: Accenture Multichannel Consulting
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What are the challenges? Customer conversion is no longer a single channel concept How do we make sure the consumer converts across channel... ...and ensure the channel they do convert in is ours! Retailers are losing the ability to influence the purchase journey Lack of visibility is reduced (what are our customers doing?) Retailers are struggling to cope with the speed of change Traditional means of integration are not sufficient anymore Organisations are not geared up for it... Struggling to efficiently manage a multi-channel organisation This is the future shape of retail Current generation does not know or expect anything else!
Customer at the heart of every move in the multi-channel game
In order to survive in retail, you must think multi-channel Deploy the channels your customers want to use Think about the role of each of the channels Deliver a seamless, dynamic and rewarding shopping experience And more than just offering multi-channel, THINK multi-channel Multichannel Operations Multichannel Multichannel Multichannel Multichannel IT Processes Organisation Culture
Information needs to be consistent every step of the way Inconsistency Consistency Inconsistency Consistency Inconsistency Consistency Consistency Inconsistency Consistency Inconsistency
In a sea of information, information needs to be relevant
Gather data and influence efficiently from a single place
Be flexible the rules of the games change all the time...
Adidas Case presentation by:Aroen Sharma, Solution Engineer
Managing different markets and brands online All brands based on hybris platform (Brand sites & shop sites). Most recent one is adidas golf
Summary of Adidas brands Sport Performance Originals Sport Style
Global e-Commerce presence based on hybris PCM & hybris Commerce B2C Site Top international brand Global e-Commerce presence ERP SAP R3 Print Catalog hybris PCM for sophisticated Product Content Management Dealer-Portal Integration and synchronization with Print solution
hybris enables management of multiple countries Different Pricing VAT Languages Lead-time Shipment fees Identical Product content Campaigns Product Images Sales periods Product description
Content VS. Content & Commerce
Presentation & Ease of use
Quality and Presentation of detailed Product Data
Search & Navigation for best-in-class merchandizing
Store Locator Transfer customers between channels Shop news Show stores Shop details by products Interior photos
Store Locator Transfer customers between channels
Integrate warehouses to track product availability Product availability Store locations Shop details Warehouse integration Nearby stores on a map
Provide customers with location-based services Stores with a product in stock Product in stock identified by mobile barcode Location-based SMS Send order confirmation per SMS Send order tracking details per SMS
Mobile streamlined website at adidas
Are you ready to play the multi-channel game?
Are you ready to play the multi-channel game? Your customer should be at the heart of your proposition Understand them, service them as best possible Be consistent and relevant at every interaction, regardless of channel Provide the customer what they want, when they want, how they want Think, live, breathe multi-channel Organisational change as well as IT change Consolidate content, commerce and channel in order to be effective Learn from experienced people that have done it before
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