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Digitas India launches e-commerce service

Digitas India has introduced an e-commerce solution for brands seeking to launch and maintain a professional and effective retail presence on the internet. Vivek Ballabh, Vice President – Digital Media, Digitas will lead this initiative.

The Indian e-commerce market will reach $1.6 billion in 2012 and it expected to grow five-fold, reaching $ 8.8 billion by 2016 (Source: Forrester). Today, the space is attracting many new players who want a share of the pie. Digitas e-commerce solution has technology capabilities that can be used to build every kind of store – from a small boutique to an entire online mall, shared an official release.

Digitas’ offering claims to help romance the product or service by presenting it in an interesting and exciting way. This includes visual presentation, reviews, ratings, social connects and demonstrations. In other words, it ensures that customers can be moved from researching to shopping mode.

Commenting further on this initiative, Kanika Mathur, President, Digitas India said, “We romance the customer using insights, visual presentation and technology to give them a unique experience leading to enhanced RoI and business results.”

The company will partner closely with brands to jointly define and arrive at a RoI on marketing spends. It uses insights based on data to plan an optimal media mix. This will helps its clients in defining target group without worrying about which channels to use.

Vincent Diginnet, President APAC, Digitas said, “Digitas experience in e-commerce includes building and managing several commerce strategies for clients across APAC including India and China. The difference that Digitas commerce brings to the table is that we put marketing lens on our technology engine and move from just ‘product listing’ to ‘romancing the product’.”


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