July 12, 2024

Valtech acquires Absolunet to help scale commerce channels and digital transformations

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Valtech, digital services, and business transformation agency, today announced it has acquired Absolunet, a professional services firm specializing in commerce and digital transformations.

With Absolunet joining, Valtech is reinforcing its leadership on many of the major commerce platforms in the market, including Adobe, Salesforce, commerce tools, Optimizely, SAP, and VTEX. In addition to that, Valtech is further deepening its expertise in enabling businesses to scale their commerce channels, including customer experience strategy, marketing automation, customer data platforms, data analytics, personalization, merchandising, product information management (PIM), order management (OMS), digital asset management (DAM), and media networks orchestration.

\”We are thrilled the team from Absolunet is joining Valtech,\” explained Olivier Padiou, Chief Executive Officer of Valtech. \”Their commerce expertise, innovative spirit, and technical capabilities are a great fit alongside our existing talent and capabilities. Companies across all industries must innovate in the way they operate their business. Omnichannel commerce is a key part of this evolution. Together with the excellent team from Absolunet, we are well-equipped to take our clients\’ businesses to new levels.\”

\”Today, commerce is about understanding the customer journey and offering relevant commerce experiences at every level,\” said Charles Desjardins, Absolunet\’s CEO and new EVP, North America for Valtech. \”Your commerce strategy needs to permeate all parts of your business from purchasing to marketing, distribution, customer service and more. Together, Valtech and Absolunet provide an answer for companies looking to address the complexities of customer experience design, commerce execution, and organizational change.\”

Valtech designs, claims to build, and deliver transformative digital solutions for the world\’s leading brands. Recognizing that industries and sectors globally are facing significant economic shifts, Valtech helps its clients innovate digitally at pace to meet changing customer needs and ultimately position their companies to gain sustainable competitive advantage. Valtech is the preferred strategic business transformation partner to many of the world\’s best-known brands including ADM, Audi, Goodyear, Dolby, Estée Lauder, Henkel, Linde, L\’Oréal, LVMH, MARS, Novo Nordisk, PepsiCo, P&G, Samsung, Toyota, Universal Studios, Volkswagen and many others.

Valtech now employs more than 4,500 strategists, experience designers, marketers, data scientists, creatives and software engineers spanning five continents with 50+ offices in 18 countries.

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