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By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 11, 2016
Read this white paper to learn how to: - Use B2C best practices to meet buyer expectations for enhanced online experiences - Deliver multiple combinations of products and services for faster, streamlined quoting and ordering - Support complex buying cycles and selling executions across channels and markets—and around the world
Tags : ibm, b2b, business to business, commerce, b2b commerce, online shopping, online commerce, b2c, enterprise applications
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Aug 06, 2014
While the store remains the cornerstone of the shopping experience, our survey of more than 26,000 customers across a range of grocery and non-grocery retail categories, reveals that today’s empowered consumers are increasingly comfortable purchasing through multiple retail channels. The much discussed trend of "Showrooming," threatens to fragment hard-earned customer loyalty. Retailers can convert the threat to opportunity by making their customers "sticky" through a seamless omni-channel approach that provides consistency, convenience and a superior shopping experience across every consumer touch point.
Tags : ibm, retail, transactions, relationships, shopper, store, retail channels
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Nov 25, 2014
When empowered customers use multiple channels to engage and purchase, merchants struggle to make optimal merchandising decisions to maximize sales, profit and shopper loyalty. We’ll show you how IBM can help through our portfolio of Omni-Channel Merchandise Optimization solutions.
Tags : ibm, ibm experienceone, optimal merchandising, cloud-computing, software development, it management, enterprise applications, data management
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Feb 14, 2014
A social business is an organization whose culture and systems encourage networks of people to create business value. Social businesses connect individuals, so they can rapidly share information, knowledge and ideas by having conversations and publishing informal content. They analyze social content from multiple channels and sources, in addition to structured data, to gain insights from both external and internal stakeholders. When those things happen, innovation and business execution rates increase, better decisions are made, and customers and employees are more engaged and satisfied. Social businesses enjoy lower operating costs, faster speed-to-market, improved customer and employee engagement, and increased profitability. Many organizations don’t fully appreciate the magnitude of the value creation potential of social business.
Tags : ibm, social business, marketing, social media, marketing management, analytics, marketing research, trends, customer interaction, customer service, crm, marketing software
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Aug 21, 2013
Enterprise Marketing Management, or EMM, is a software technology solution for marketing organizations that provides a comprehensive marketing platform for managing customer and prospect interactions throughout the customer lifecycle. Before introducing the IBM® Enterprise Marketing Management suite, here are some recent observations about today’s marketing environment that set the context in which IBM is seeking to meet the needs of marketers. The practice of marketing is challenging these days because of the rise of the “empowered customer.” Today’s customers are well-informed, use other people as their primary information source, interact with companies through multiple channels, touch points and media, and want (but rarely get) a superior customer experience—and have outlets for venting frustration when they don’t get what they want.
Tags : marketing, enterprise marketing management, interactive marketing, marketing channels, emm, ibm, customer relationship management, marketing environment, marketing landscape, customer experience, crm
     IBM
By: AdRoll     Published Date: Aug 22, 2017
For most retailers, the holidays are a frenzied rush of juggling multiple campaigns, meeting revenue goals, and hitting lofty numbers before the year is up. It’s far from a relaxing time of year. The holiday season has become critically important to online retailers. With the rise of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, Green Monday, Super Saturday, and Boxing Day, the definition of “the holidays” has expanded substantially. While these retail days have helped distribute the holiday rush across a wider range, they’ve also made holiday campaign planning far more complex. Expanding digital channels, such as mobile and social media, have added to the immense opportunities that the holidays provide. Just last year, mobile accounted for 50.3% of all e-commerce traffic, surpassed desktop traffic for the first time ever. Knowing this, it shouldn’t be a surprise that 38% of shoppers now say they will not return to a retailer’s website if it’s not mobile optimized.
Tags : holiday planning, retail, black friday, social media, mobile
     AdRoll
By: Informatica     Published Date: Jul 07, 2011
Explore how retailers can generate a single view of customers who engage across multiple channels-online, in stores, and via call centers, on social media, and mobile devices.
Tags : informatica, competitive edge, customer information management mdm, master data management, multichannel retail environment, social media, single view, customer activity, loyalty
     Informatica
By: Adobe     Published Date: Mar 03, 2017
Retail marketers who see the customer path as a linear path are out of touch with their customers. The customer journey contains multiple channels where customers expect retailers to remember their preferences and anticipate their needs. In Ten Ways Cross-Channel Marketing Is Not Rocket Science, you’ll learn how to connect with your customers and reach them in personal and relevant ways — all from reliable data you collect. The Adobe marketing guide shows you how to: • Identify the data you need to map your customers’ journeys. • Coordinate channels and use their strengths to deliver the best customer experiences. • Apply technology to build customer relationships, improve loyalty and increase ROI.
Tags : retail marketing, customer experience, cross-channel marketing, roi, customer loyalty, adobe
     Adobe
By: Dun & Bradstreet     Published Date: May 10, 2016
Vendors' positions in this Magic Quadrant reflect the growing demand for cloud-based customer service applications to support agents who engage with customers through multiple channels. Learn how the Lithium Platform can help develop a support community, customer engagement on the cloud, and provide multi-channel customer analytics tools.
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     Dun & Bradstreet
By: Mitel     Published Date: Dec 15, 2016
You know the way we communicate with each other has evolved, but what about the way your business communicates with your customers? A third of the US population is made up of millennials that use multiple channels when reaching out or making a purchase, so how does this shift affect your bottom line? More importantly, how closely aligned is your customer experience strategy with how customers are buying? Looking for some clarity? Check out this infographic for a clear understanding of how customers are shopping, why they abandon your transactions, and what steps you can take to keep them happy.
Tags : digital media, web presence, customer care, digital communications, mobile
     Mitel
By: IBM     Published Date: Aug 23, 2017
A rewarding customer experience is the central aim for luxury gift company 1-800-Flowers.com: a fast, intuitive shopping process helps keep consumers loyal to its brands. Working with IBM, the company has built a master data management (MDM) system that helps deliver a more seamless experience to shoppers across multiple brands and channels.
Tags : 1-800-flowers, case study, ibm, consumer, brand loyalty
     IBM
By: Sage Software     Published Date: Oct 23, 2018
Be ready for the future today, with Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management To manage this growing technology and business complexity, modern ERP is a must for distributors. It’s needed due to: • A need for multiple sales channels, both offline and digital • Ever-growing product portfolios, including offerings that may be customized, complex or bundled • The addition of value-added services, which could include assembly and labelling • Pricing, rebates and the addition of incentives that could drive profitability • Calculation and demand complexity, which increases the need for customer segmentation Modern ERP is the driver of digital transformation for a distribution business. It can provide streamlined processes, centralize back office functions, allow new service offerings, and help in understanding profitability.
Tags : bms, enterprise accounting, enterprise intelligence
     Sage Software
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