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July 5, 2019

NIMBL and Openbravo partner to offer retail omnichannel solutions

Global premium boutique Techedge’s NIMBL has partnered with software provider Openbravo to offer omnichannel, mobile and cloud services and solutions to retailers.

Global premium boutique Techedge’s NIMBL has partnered with software provider Openbravo to offer omnichannel, mobile and cloud services and solutions to retailers.

The collaboration will see Openbravo’s omnichannel platform combined with SAP Retail solutions, through existing Openbravo-SAP connectors.

“We see in Openbravo the ideal platform, equipped with a wide functional coverage for today’s omnichannel retail and a level of flexibility far superior to other solutions in the market.”

NIMBL industry lead Javier Rodríguez said: “We were looking for the right partner to address our retail customers with a unique proposition. After evaluating many alternatives, we see in Openbravo the ideal platform, equipped with a wide functional coverage for today’s omnichannel retail and a level of flexibility far superior to other solutions in the market.

“This, together with our extensive experience in SAP solutions, to which Openbravo already has connectors, confirms the high combined value that we can bring to the market.”

Openbravo features web and mobile point-of-sale, to guide customers in-store for mobile payments or self-paid terminals for faster checkout and an integrated engine for omnichannel order management.

The company said the integration will benefit retailers as they can access an expanded range of services and solutions. This will help them gain greater operational control and offer their customers enhanced shopping experience.

Openbravo chief operating officer Francesc Comas said: “We are very pleased with this new strategic agreement. Our global presence, customer profile and the characteristics of our omnichannel platform allow us to uniquely position ourselves to work together with a partner at the level of NIMBL. We believe that leading market retailers can benefit greatly from this alliance.”