European consumers' growing use digital channels as part of their shopping experience is driving retailers’ focus on delivering efficient online, cross-border operations in Europe, this research report from Accenture reveals.
E-commerce has gone from fringe to foundation. Now, businesses must tailor their customer serivce approach to the more complex "anytime, anywhere" customer with mobile device in hand. This white paper from Oracle details the "commerce anywhere" approach.
Staples set the bar for the office superstore when it first opened its doors in 1986. It now has the second-largest Internet retail revenue in the world with $10.2 billion in 2010 sales, 43% of the company's total revenue. This paper details how Staples delivered a much more personalized shopping experience to its online customers.
In this paper, IDC Insight highlights the important elements of the IBM Smarter Commerce announcement and looks at the implications of the announcement in the context of a powerful movement that is occurring in the commerce solutions marketplace, both business to business (B2B) and business to consumer (B2C).
sponsored by Silverpop Systems Inc. an IBM Company
It's estimated that up to 50 percent of visitors to landing pages will bail in the first eight seconds. This evaluation explains how putting more effort on nurturing recipients once they hit those landing pages would be time and money well spent.
Business survival in the age of the smart consumer means empowering your customers to shop how and when they want. In this white paper, find the results of a recent survey of more than 30,000 consumers and uncover the key trends shaping the world of retail.
The number of channels which consumers use to research and purchase products or services is growing. This white paper takes a look at a recent survey of consumer buying habits in regards to the number of channels they use when shopping and how businesses can provide a better experience across these channels for their customers.
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