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SmartOSC and Antsomi partner for omnichannel solution

September 23, 2021
ECommerce solution agency SmartOSC has partnered with regional martech company Antsomi to bolster the level of service they provide to their clients. Under the partnership, SmartOSC will become Antsomi’s global reseller, mainly focusing on the growing APAC market. The two companies will work together to help their clients by providing an end-to-end omnichannel retail solution powered by a customer data platform. The core of such a solution is Antsomi CDP 365, a customer data platform software that unifies multiple data sources to create a 360-degree customer view and provide customers... Read More >
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Accenture to acquire Experity to scale its experience and commerce platform capabilities across Latin America

September 23, 2021
Accenture (NYSE: ACN) today announced its intent to acquire Experity, a leading provider of cloud-based customer experience and commerce solutions in Brazil. Experity helps businesses build greater efficiencies and agility in commerce, marketing, content and data through leading cloud-based technologies. Accelerated by the pandemic, Brazil’s e-commerce spending has reached historic levels – nearly $10 billion in the first six months of the year – pushing brands to rapidly reimagine their commerce experience.
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Ventures Park unveils new campus in Nigeria for tech enthusiasts

September 23, 2021
Initially set up in 2016 as an innovation hub, Ventures Park has seen its community of active users nearly double from just over 100 in early 2021 to almost 200. In response to the recent surge in fundraising, tech activity, and uptake of remote freelance jobs in Nigeria, Ventures Park has now unveiled a new campus, in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, to provide greater support to tech enthusiasts and entrepreneurs in the Africa’s most populous country.
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IBM wins Africa cloud deals, set to help 6 African banks with data storage

September 23, 2021
International Business Machines Corp. won hybrid cloud deals with a number of Africa’s largest banks including South Africa’s Nedbank and Morocco’s Attijariwafa Bank. The U.S. tech giant is working with as many as six banks on the continent spanning from Mozambique to Nigeria. The deals will allow its African banking clients to store their information with some of it held internally in what’s known as private cloud and other data stored in public clouds.
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