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Carried Yesterday: Publicis.Sapient launches new enterprise business transformation offering

18-March-2017
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Carried Yesterday: Publicis.Sapient launches new enterprise business transformation offering

Publicis Groupe and Publicis.Sapient have unveiled a new set of integrated offerings from SapientRazorfish designed to help clients transform their businesses in the connected world. As changing consumer expectations and disruptive competitors have given rise to a digital-­first transformation imperative, companies increasingly need a hybrid partner that combines the strengths of consultancies and agencies with expertise in all areas, from management consulting and innovation incubators to dynamic creativity, technology and implementation services.

The integration of SapientRazorfish, part of Publicis.Sapient, now culminates with the launch of a new brand identity and six best-­of-breed offerings, which clients from across all industries will benefit from:

·       Digital Business Strategy and Innovation

·       Customer Experience

·       Data and Artificial Intelligence

·       Marketing Modernization

·       IT Modernization

·       Commerce

Together with the deep expertise of Sapient Consulting and DigtasLBi, SapientRazorfish is uniquely poised to deliver customer-centric digital transformation for across the entire enterprise from CMO to CIO.

Clients are clamoring for transformation partners able to combine customer-­centricity and enterprise-­wide connected digital excellence.

“The market clearly needs a partner that drives real and sustainable business transformation for the connected age through an obsessive focus on the customer,” said Maurice Lévy, Chairman and CEO of Publicis Groupe. “Today’s business leaders are realizing that a bifurcated approach of leaning on agencies to transform experiences and on consulting partners to transform business processes no longer works – it’s too slow, too fractured, organizationally unsustainable and most importantly, the focus on the customer gets lost in the complexity.”

The customer is central to how business evolves.

“Our clients want skills and capabilities across the entire spectrum, from customer experience to deep technical implementation, and strategy and consulting expertise for transforming in the connected age,” said Alan Wexler, CEO, SapientRazorfish.

“The new economic era requires putting digital at the core of business, including new operating processes and new ways of deploying technology. Innovation is increasingly important as clients look to evolve business models and leverage the bundling opportunity of platform effect,” he added.

SapientRazorfish stands out in its ability to help clients realize digital business transformation. Recognized as a leader for its combination of deep expertise across verticals, strong alliances and partnerships, and longstanding leadership positions in commerce, creativity, customer experience and digital experience delivery, SapientRazorfish was just named a leader in Digital Business Transformation by IDC (a leading research firm). The IDC MarketScape named SapientRazorfish a Leader for Worldwide Digital Strategy and Agency Services: Digital Customer Experience Consulting, Digital Operations, and Digital Product Innovation.

“SapientRazorfish represents a new breed of business transformation partner that combines the broadest set of capabilities with the ability to configure easily and effectively to serve all types of transformations, from marketing to enterprise, using a client-­centric, experience-­led approach,” said Michael Versace, Global Research Director, IDC WW Services, Digital Strategy and Agency Services.

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