Collegiate retail is experiencing disruption, as campus stores now have to compete with Amazon for merchandise sales and textbook rentals. Discover how The Duck Store implemented a unified cloud platform to provide top-notch omnichannel service to its loyal customers.
The evolution of the retail industry made way for omnichannel retailing and, most recently, a need for unified commerce. But most enterprise merchandise management systems are not architected in a manner that brings the pieces of functionality in a cohesive, timely way.
Tommy Bahama is implementing a solution to support seamless, personalized experiences no matter how customers engage with the brand, online or at 160 retail locations and restaurants. Find out how the company will achieve this.
Shoppers want a customized online buying experience that’s fast, easy, and simple, and Content-as-a-Service (CaaS) is the surest way of satisfying them. CaaS is a method of delivering content with speed and consistency while reaching customers on their channel of choice.
Technology is no longer a standalone, separate entity. Instead it melds effortlessly into the retailer’s business foundation, providing an agile system for delivering insightful, efficient service at every touchpoint. Find out how.
Sephora’s next-gen flagship ushers in a new format for the cosmetics retailer. The new stores are overflowing with tech including a sea of tablets loaded with augmented reality software allowing shoppers to interact with the retailer’s entire product array.
Download this Retail IQ and learn why leading retailers are reexamining and fortifying their network infrastructure to ensure they have the bandwidth to operate their entire tech stack regardless of traffic demands.