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Tag: e-commerce

  • 3 Guiding Principles for Predictive Analytics Success

    3 Guiding Principles for Predictive Analytics Success

    The retail industry has become intensely competitive, dotted with name brand incumbents, disruptive e-commerce challengers, boutique establishments and everything in between.  Naturally, this hyper-competitive environment empowers customers to demand more choices and options than ever before, ultimately leading to downward pressure on retailer margins.

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  • UK Firm's 'Customer Struggle Score' Tracks Website Behaviors

    Norwich, UK-based SessionCam, provider of an analytics tool that allows you to watch recordings of your website visitors, just released a new product to help marketers enhance conversion rate optimization (CRO). Its Customer Struggle Score  (CS Score) applies advanced machine-learning to identify obstacles to customer engagement during online shopping sessions.

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  • SAP Targets Small Businesses with New Cloud Solution

    The advent of cloud, mobile and social brought previously unimaginable opportunities to large and small companies. Small companies — even mom-and-pop shops —suddenly had access to much of the same computing power as enterprises.

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  • Are You Ready to Push the Limits of Your Digital Experience?

    Are You Ready to Push the Limits of Your Digital Experience?

    A recent stat grabbed my attention: Amazon reported that sales of its “Dash” buttons increased by 75 percent in the first quarter 2016.  The company’s WiFi-enabled buttons allow shoppers to set up one-touch reordering for over 100 products, from cat food to laundry detergent.

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  • Close Your E-Commerce Sales with Content

    Close Your E-Commerce Sales with Content

    E-commerce has become essential in the last few years for businesses that sell just about anything. Secure payment providers, peer review systems and lots of practice caused customers to transition from cautiously testing the waters with online shopping, to e-commerce being just another shopping channel — and sometimes the preferred one

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  • A Competitor Worthy of Amazon?

    Amazon has become the “big dog” of e-commerce, establishing itself as the benchmark by which other companies measure themselves.   While many traditional retailers — as well as pure play e-commerce vendors — have taken the challenge, no company has emerged yet to challenge Amazon’s growth.

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  • Speed Read: Ouch! It's Expensive to Drink and Shop

    Speed Read: Ouch! It's Expensive to Drink and Shop

    Consider this a public service announcement. We know that you're highly sophisticated, experienced technical and business professionals. But hey ... St.

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  • Accelerate Digital Commerce with Content Management

    Accelerate Digital Commerce with Content Management

    Savvy retailers understand that content sells. It’s not enough to have a catalog — consumers spend a lot of time researching and learning about products long before they make an actual purchase.  Brands need to figure out how to integrate content into their e-commerce strategy.

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  • Speed Read: Amazon by the Numbers

    Speed Read: Amazon by the Numbers

    Well, my head's not quite spinning. But it did turn a bit to check out some pretty interesting numbers on Amazon provided by TrueShip, a provider of shipping software based in Scottsdale, Ariz. We all know and love Amazon, that "online stuff warehouse" and customer service genius from

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  • E-Spirit Names New US COO

    Digital integration and management vendor e-Spirit  has named Andreas Knoor (pictured, right) its Chief Operating Officer in the US. He replaces Robert Bredleau, who is moving back to Germany. Oliver Jaeger, e-Spirit VP of Global Marketing and Communications, described Bredleau as experienced in setting up new businesses.

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  • Can Anyone Stop Amazon?

    Can Anyone Stop Amazon?

    Amazon's ambition knows no bounds.  Since its founding in 1994, Amazon has reinvented B2C retail in a way that was unimaginable to most people. Its total revenues were expected to exceed $100 billion in 2015, with over 80 percent of that coming from product sales.

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  • Keep One Step Ahead of Your E-Commerce Competition

    Keep One Step Ahead of Your E-Commerce Competition

    The unprecedented growth of the e-commerce industry has some predicting that retail e-commerce sales will reach nearly $2.5 trillion by 2018.  With this industry growth comes an increase in competition.

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  • Don't Leave Customers Empty Handed

    Don't Leave Customers Empty Handed

    As the busy shopping season winds down and Black Friday and Cyber Monday fade into memory, it will soon be time to take stock and see how you faced up to the competition.

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  • Bring Merchandise Planning Up to (Customer-Centric) Speed

    Bring Merchandise Planning Up to (Customer-Centric) Speed

    Many retailers are unknowingly operating with a blind side in their planning and merchandising that threatens to derail them on their path to customer-centricity. Merchandise planning is the systematic approach to forecasting future inventory requirements.

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