Established in Hong Kong in 1841, A.S. Watson Group (ASW), the world’s largest international health and beauty retailer with over 14,500 stores in 24 markets, invited Varmeego to participate in the A.S. Watson 2019 Technology Partners Event held in November 2018. The ASW Technology Partnership Programme was first launched in 2017 with the objective to build a network of technology expert partners to support the acceleration of ASW’s digital transformation. Varmeego was thrilled to take part in the A.S. Watson 2019 Technology Partners Event and being recognized as one of ASW Technology Partners.
ASW Technology Partnership Programme
The partnership approach was introduced by Malina Ngai, Group Chief Operating Officer of ASW. “The Partnership Programme is designed to transform the short term contractual relationship to a longer term strategic relationship to create a win-win for both parties. Our Tech Partners will have access to senior management, visibility on our growth strategy and technology roadmap, as well as a longer term financial commitment from us. We can benefit from their commitment in providing consistent resources, expert advice and services, as well as first hand access to innovation they develop.”
Varmeego as a Trusted Partner of ASW
Hector Chan, Chief Executive Officer of Varmeego, was ecstatic about the recognition. “With more than 30 dedicated Varmeego consultants currently serving ASW for projects across Asia, we are honoured to be selected as an ASW technology partner. Varmeego is not just a vendor of ASW but also a trusted partner along ASW’s digital transformation journey. At Varmeego, we are committed to serve ASW for the on-going rollout and support of the eCommerce Systems among various Asia markets, and we are excited to work more collaboratively with ASW on existing and other digital transformation initiatives of its strategic roadmap to ensure every success in the coming years.”
A.S. Watson Continues Technology Partnership Programme to Accelerate Digital Transformation - A.S Watson Group (NOV, 2018)