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Art Technology Group (ARTG) and Resource Interactive Alliance to Offer Comprehensive, Online Shopping Experience

Art Technology Group (ARTG) announced that a partnership with Resource Interactive has yielded enhanced partnership capabilities. Resource Interactive, an independent digital marketing agency known for its revolutionizing consumer insights, and Art Technology, whose top-ranked e-commerce suite powers more top online sellers than any other, will provide a complete online user experience design solution. The solution will be used by retailers, consumer packaged goods and manufacturers, including strategy, creative, Art Technology integration and ongoing maintenance and support.

With this announcement, Resource Interactive has further increased its commitment to the Art Technology (ATG) platform with its largest concentrated training and certification effort for the platform to date. Complementing ATG’s leadership in the e-commerce space, The Resource Interactive leadership platform will enable clients to further benefit from Art Technology’s full suite of services.

“Our alliance with ATG offers clients a full lifecycle set of services,” said John Kadlic, executive director of Resource Interactive. “We offer contemporary, progressive, real-world designs driven by our revolutionary thought leadership that can only be delivered though the capabilities of the ATG Platform. Clients benefit from a significant cost savings, managed change control and no need for handovers between an agency and an implementation firm.”

ATG makes the software and delivers the on-demand solutions that companies use to power their e-commerce web sites, attract prospects, convert them to buyers and ensure their satisfaction. ATG’s eStara brand provides customer interaction solutions to enhance conversions and customer support, and delivers the world’s most widely used click-to-call service. ATG’s solutions are used by over 900 major brands such as Amazon, American Eagle Outfitters, AT&T, Best Buy, Cabela’s, Coca Cola and Continental Airlines.

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