OneView Commerce’s global partner event brings together leaders in digital transformation, systems integration and cross-channel enablement


OneView Commerce, which claims to be retail industry’s first and only provider of a commerce-driven store framework that enables multi-directional cross-channel content capture and delivery in store, has announced more than 50 C-level executives from leading global systems integrators, strategic consultants, and digital transformation experts attended its first global partner event days in Munich, Germany.

Executive vice president eco systems & channels, Frank Schoutissen, said: “The event demonstrated our commitment to a channel-driven go-to-market model of solution and service excellence. Participation by top executives underscored this elite group’s enthusiasm for sharing best practices that ensure the ability to deliver transformational solutions to global customers based on OneView’s powerful, customer engagement-driven solution framework.”

At the event, OneView announced the addition of several new strategic members including Reply Group, DigitasLBi Commerce, Osudio Group, Razorfish, Accenture, Attune Consulting and Nagarro.

Over the course of the two-day event in Munich, more than 50 attendees from the new member econ system joined OneView executives and team members for sessions that covered the company’s technology and roadmap, shared best practices for service delivery, and highlighted key customer successes that are driving in-store innovation worldwide.

Additionally, OneView introduced the groundbreaking new partner program called “Channel Hacking,” which represents a complete departure from traditional Partner Programs that are based solely on rules and metrics to a new structure based on loyalty and trust. Under this new model, OneView develops an individual performance plan with each partner that outlines commitment in targeted areas such as sales, training, marketing, implementation methodologies and success, technology and business development.

“Much like our solution, OneView Commerce is breaking the mold for traditional partner programs by focusing on building out our global network of partners, referred to as members, based on mutual goals for delivering truly empowering and transformational solutions to our customers across the world,” Schoutissen said.

He explained that the OneView Member Network is comprised of over 50 worldwide organizations committed to the company’s model of superior service delivery. “Our member network allows us to focus on our powerful technology platform and foundational service delivery while providing us with the necessary scope and scale to manage growth and support commitments on a global basis,” said Schoutissen.

OneView said it is committed to achieving broad scope of capability within the member network, which includes members focused on strategic consulting, organizational change management, digital and store transformation, technical workbench and value added products and services.

Jim Herbert, founding director of Sceneric, a DigitasLBi Company, said: “OVC’s technology is the market leader in 1:1 customer engagement solutions for sales staff and an important pillar in our omnichannel connected commerce offering. The sessions enabled us to offer our clients a scalable, cost-effective solution that is future proof and multi-platform.”

Ron Porcello, sales director EMEA from Attune Consulting, said: “This was an excellent event from beginning to end. We were able to spend quality time with OVC management who provided a clear vision of their company and the industry. The buzz from OVC is captivating. The customer-focused solutions demonstrate their understanding for retail and their ability to deliver rapid innovation to the industry is commendable.”

“We’re committed to serving our customers with our global partner ecosystem in alignment with agile implementation and delivery of the OneView framework. Our goal is to leverage the strength and depth of the members to continually expand the opportunities to extend the scope and delivery of the framework across not only retail, but to new verticals and solutions sets as available,” said Schoutissen.