In an effort to align its years of commerce expertise under one umbrella and deliver efficient business outcomes, Dentsu international has launched its global commerce unit ‘Total Commerce’ in India.
The aim is to encapsulate every aspect of e-commerce, last-mile delivery as well as retail radius communication.
The new unit is an attempt to find solutions to a world where manufacturers are jumping to consumers directly, where start-ups are disrupting the marketplace, and where branding is playing a unique role.
Dentsu aims to help brands prioritize and succeed in commerce by charting their commerce maturity to a strategic road map covering creative, data and ops, experience, and performance and media. The end-to-end offering aims to ensure:
Desirability (Brand equity): Is the brand loved and sought after
Availability (Distribution strategy): Planning presence and availability priorities by audience and demand
Findability (Position Optimization): Optimizing visibility where the audience is
Buyability (Content Effectiveness): Optimizing product listings for purchase conversion
Repeatability (Purchase Experience): Auditing reviews and sentiments
According to Dentsu, brands, under the four broad groups of Performance and Media, Creative, Interactive, and Data & Ops and through the Total Commerce framework, will now be able to tap onto several proprietary products and solutions designed to support all stages of the commerce journey.
These will include:
“We have always been focused on the changing market scenario and have built capabilities ahead of the market,” said Anand Bhadkamkar, CEO India, dentsu on the latest integration.
“In line with this, we had built capabilities in Commerce, Performance, Retail design and last-mile and experience design. All these capabilities are now being brought together under one umbrella of dentsu Commerce. In these testing times, we are certain that the capabilities of building on D2C offerings will enable our clients to stay ahead of the market and harness the power of the digitally comfortable consumer.”
Dentsu Commerce has built a team with Nihal Nambiar (AVP – Strategic Solutions, iProspect) for Performance Media, Krutika Shroff (Senior UX Lead, Fractal Ink Linked by Isobar) and Richa Gupta (Senior UX Lead, Fractal Ink Linked by Isobar) for Design and Experience, Aniket Khare (VP – Business Development, Merkle Sokrati) for Data and Analytics, Deepak Kumar (Director, Hyperspace) for Retail design and experience and Provit Chemmani (Group Tech – Ecommencify, WATConsult) for holistic e-comm design and delivery.
“It’s a great thing that denstu has formalized the Commerce capabilities under one umbrella. We have been delivering solutions to clients at different stages of their commerce journey and now we will be able to help clients get a frictionless solution across the journey by planning and building solutions from end to end,” said the team.
“We understand that clients themselves may be at different stages and may have varying requirements which is why working as a group helps us to pick and choose the best and most relevant solutions for our clients. Powered by our own commerce in a box solution e-commencify as well as best in class market solutions from Salesforce and Magento, we plan to work to quickly get clients connected with their consumers in the commerce space. And deliver solutions like never before.”
You can download the dentsu Commerce product factsheet here.
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