Software company OneView Commerce has teamed with Microsoft Corp. to offer its solutions on the Microsoft Azure platform, signifying the combination of OneView’s unified commerce transaction engine with Azure’s infrastructure. The launch aims to extend the “point of sale” to any place along the buying journey, enabling retailers to secure brand loyalty and drive revenue opportunities.
OneView’s platform infrastructure, using Azure functions, aims to create a seamless connection between physical store operations and digital engagement with:
Unified Commerce Transaction Engine: the channel-agnostic transaction processor built on cloud-native, API-first architecture.
Microservices Framework: feature-as-a-service functions that provide immediate access to hundreds of pre-built commerce microservices such as search, add product, build basket, calculate, and more that enable retailers to create and manage any retail interaction
Retail Accelerators: pre-built physical and digital interactions ready to use out-of-the-box or easily customized and scaled for a retailer’s unique needs.
“OneView’s launch on Microsoft Azure furthers our goal to provide the most intelligent technology to retailers driven by the power of our modern, cloud-native Azure Platform technology,” said Shanthi Rajagopalan, worldwide retail & CPG business strategy leader at Microsoft, in a recent media release. “By using Azure, OneView is positioned to help retailers solve their most complex unified commerce challenges, while uncovering valuable opportunities to reimagine their business and deepen relationships with CPG partners as they gain agility to quickly innovate and extend scalable retail interactions to any point of the buying journey.”
OneView’s unified commerce offerings are available in the Azure Marketplace with a 30-day free trial and “fast-start” programs, including OneView Unified Commerce Platform, OneView Pickup & Delivery and OneView Mobile Point of Sale.