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Ajlan & Bros opts for Oracle to support expansion strategy
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Oct '13
Ajlan & Bros, a large Saudi Arabian apparel distribution company which specializes in the design, manufacture and supply of clothing across the Middle East, has selected Oracle Commerce to improve its customer engagement capabilities and drive expansion.

With operations across the Arab region, a distribution network of more than 7,000 points of sale and representing more than 15 international brands, Ajlan & Bros is seeking to expand by driving brand awareness both regionally and globally -- specifically into European and American market sectors.

Oracle Commerce will support the company in achieving its expansion goals by providing the capability to optimize each customer engagement, helping to increase cross-channel promotion and to improve a unified online, mobile and social experience for customers.

By delivering a unified, personalized and consistent cross-channel customer experience that optimizes each customer interaction, Ajlan & Bros will be better equipped to drive sales and promote growth.

With Oracle Commerce, Ajlan & Bros will be able to leverage advanced marketing and personalization capabilities, with enhanced integrated search and content management functionality across its channels.

Following a comprehensive evaluation of solutions which included SAP and open source, Ajlan & Bros chose Oracle Commerce due to the solution's strong cross-channel ecommerce and experience capabilities, solid track record of maintaining best practice and strong presence locally.

Aeturnum, a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), is providing implementation services for the project.

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