Hybris (company)

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hybris
Industry E-Commerce, PCM, MDM
Founded 1997
Founders Carsten Thoma
Moritz Zimmermann
Klaas Hermanns
Headquarters US, Germany, Canada, UK, Switzerland, Austria, Poland, Italy, France, Australia, Sweden, Brazil, Japan, China
Area served
Global
Products Enterprise Multichannel Commerce Software, Product Content Management, Master Data Management, Mobile Commerce and E-Commerce Consulting
Website http://www.hybris.com

hybris is a software company headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, that sells enterprise multichannel e-commerce and product content management (PCM) software. hybris was founded in 1997 by Carsten Thoma, Moritz Zimmermann and Klaas Hermanns and is a subsidiary of German software company SAP. The company currently has over 500 companies as customers, including General Electric, West Marine, Thomson Reuters, 3M, Toys "R" Us, P&G, Levi’s and Nikon.[1]

History[edit]

On August 22, 2011 it was announced that hybris had acquired Canadian company iCongo.[2] Since then, the majority of the company has been owned by Huntsman Gay Global Capital.[3] In March 2013, the company raised a $30 million round of investments led by Meritech Capital Partners, Greylock Israel, and others.[1] SAP AG published an intent to acquire hybris on June 5, 2013 and subsequently concluded the acquisition on August 1, 2013.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Lunden, Ingrid (March 5, 2013). "Hybris Raises $30M Led By Meritech And Greylock To Take Its Multi-Platform "OmniCommerce" Solution Global". TechCrunch. 
  2. ^ http://blogs.forrester.com/brian_walker/11-08-22-hybris_icongo_come_together_what_it_means
  3. ^ iCongo and hybris Merge
  4. ^ SAP Acquires hybris

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