Holiday success is all about excelling at the basics. This includes optimizing functionality and speed while not changing style. Learn four strategies that retailers can implement quickly for short-term gains and long-term growth. Within each strategy, retailers will learn best practices, customer success stories and more.
Many retailers struggle to obtain accurate customer information, whether through in store, over the phone, or online data capture methods. Learn how organizations may overcome the dirty data problem through improved data quality strategies. Readers will learn...why contact data is important...how to identify and prevent common errors...best practices for ensuring data quality and more!
The popularity of flash-sale websites with limited time and inventory offerings has grown exponentially over the past two years. Online shoppers’ love for the thrill of snagging designer clothing, home décor, travel and even wine has caused visits to the category to increase 368 percent in July 2011 as compared to the same month two years ago and 109 percent one year ago.
As we prepare for the 2011 holiday season, online and offline data confirm what we already know: consumers willingness to spend this year is up in the air.
Welcome to Retail Online Integration's annual Resource Guide. This special section offers all the crucial details, company information, contact numbers and addresses of product and service providers to the cross-channel retail industry.
Is process friction impacting returns on your holiday marketing campaigns? Six simple steps can help address it quickly while working with your existing programs.
PriceGrabber conducted a Black Friday Shopping survey between September and October of this year. The survey data, consisting of 1,839 U.S. online consumers planning to spend this holiday season, reveals that holiday shoppers perceive that retailers offer their best deals during Thanksgiving weekend.
Contact data impacts many aspects of the retailer/customer relationship. If that data is inaccurate, future sales could be inhibited.