SLI Systems partners hybris to offer learning-based site search

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SLI Systems and hybris software, an SAP company and a fast-growing commerce platform provider, today announced the availability of Learning Search Connect for hybris (LSC-h). The integration brings SLI’s full-service, learning-based site search and supporting offerings to customers using hybris’ commerce platform.

SLI oversaw the creation of LSC-h which gives hybris customers the ability to easily implement SLI’s full suite of e-commerce acceleration offerings and user-generated SEO solutions. SLI’s patented learning search technology is used on Internet retailer and B2B sites worldwide to achieve two-to-three times higher conversion rates and up to 25% increases in order values.

SLI Systems CEO, Shaun Ryan, said: “hybris is a global leader in providing comprehensive commerce solutions for some of the most notable businesses in the B2B and B2C spaces. By connecting to hybris we extend the reach of SLI’s suite of search and merchandising solutions to a broader range of online retailers that are seeking to boost sales revenues on their sites.”

“We are pleased that SLI has joined the Extend partner program,” said Patrick Finn, senior vice president, global channel & partnerships at hybris. “With the LSC-h integration, our customers can quickly deploy SLI’s site search, navigation and merchandising capabilities.”

With LSC-h, hybris customers gain access to SLI’s Learning Search, Learning Navigation, Learning Recommendations, Site Champion (User-Generated SEO), Dynamic Product Banners and Site Search for Mobile Devices – in a multitude of languages, including English, French and German, as well as languages not using Western character sets, such as Russian, Arabic and Japanese.

Online retailers can also take advantage of SLI’s Rich Auto Complete and AJAX search, as well as the SLI merchandising console and reports (A/B and multivariate testing capabilities) that are used to determine which features, designs and layouts improve conversions and streamline sales.