Retailers are feeling the pressure to evolve, but many still aren’t sure where to start. Here are five tips that will help you hone in on the essential prerequisites and technologies that are part of every retailer's digital transformation.
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L’OCCITANE en Provence, a global natural beauty products and cosmetics manufacturer and retailer, will bring the brand's in-store shopping experience online. Founded in 1976, L’OCCITANE has more than 3,000 stores across more than 90 countries with upwards of 50 e-commerce websites.
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As retailers clamor to perfect their personalization efforts, Walmart has launched a new concierge shopping service. While an expensive step up from Amazon Prime, members can text nearly any shopping request and Jetblack will deliver them same or next day.
Best Buy is focusing on adding "services initiatives" to not only sell more product, but ease the shopper journey and build deeper customer relationships. What does this mean for retailers and should you be stepping up your shopper services?
Mobile technology is the link that delivers real-time, user-friendly and unified information across every retail organization. With the right mobile solutions in place, retailers can provide the personalized experience today's shoppers desire while improving organizational efficiencies.