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Hybris and demand247 strike partnership

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Multichannel commerce software company hybris has signed a partnership agreement with UK ecommerce services provider demand247.

The move is set to allow demand247 to expand its work with UK companies in the B2B and B2C markets, as well as focusing on high-end large scale projects, using hybris commerce solutions.

Demand247 was established in 2008 and specialises in integrating ecommerce systems and providing managed services. It identified hybris as a strategic partner to help it increase its base of large and mid-sized customers, particularly when it comes to product content management services.

Andrew Piscina, UK sales director for hybris, said: “demand247 has vast commerce experience in the UK and Europe and we are delighted to be working together.”

Kenny Milliner, managing director of demand247, said; “This partnership announcement is a huge step forward for demand247, enabling us to offer better solutions and services to our customers.

“With a huge growth potential for ecommerce solutions in the B2B and B2C market in the UK, we have identified hybris as the best vendor in the market to be working with to develop the right solutions, both in terms of price and functionality, for the businesses that rely on our services.”

Picture: Andrew Piscina of hybris

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