NBS System’s team will be at the SAP Hybris Summit 2016 in Munich on February 16th and 17th!

Hybris Summit 2016 imageThe Hybris Summit in a few words

The Hybris Partner Summit takes place every year in Munich. This event, organizes around the Hybris technology, is a moment full of exchanges about B2C and B2B e-commerce and innovation.

Thanks to the many animations (sessions tracks, demo sessions, networking roundtables and happy hours, interactive open spaces), all the professions of the e-commerce sector are dealt with: commerce, sales, marketing, billing, customer service…

NBS System at the SAP Hybris Summit

NBS System is the first Hybris e-commerce hosting company in France. With prestigious French references such as Interflora, La Foir’Fouille and Intersport, our teams developed a real expertise regarding this native multi-channel actor that refers to big accounts.

It is thus natural for NBS System to go to the Hybris Summit, for the second year in a row. Two members of our team, Philippe Humeau (CEO) and Matthieu Tardivat (Sales Manager), will be there to get to know the latest news and innovations around Hybris, and share opinions and advices about the solution!

Meet us on February 16th & 17th in Munich!

Update : our feedback on the event

Hybris keynote photoOne week after the SAP Hybris Summit, here is our feedback.

Our team was, once again, impressed by the quality of this meeting! A well-oiled organization, very technical and professional conferences and workshops, quality partners and attendees… We took the opportunity to meet with the partners we usually work with to ensure the success of Hybris clients hosted by NBS System.

We thus learnt a lot from this even, which will enable us to further improve our work with the Hybris solution.

 

Thank you to all the people we met, and to SAP Hybris for the organization of these great moments! See you next year…

Lucie Saunois
Lucie Saunois
IT aficionado, specifically when it comes to cybersecurity, since she joined OT Group in 2015, Lucie specializes in making technical, and often complex, topics understandable by anyone.