Articles: Retail
Now that the vertical has finished reacting to the Internet, companies are making long-term investments in online consumers.
Customer input is becoming part of the development cycle, according to industry bigs at the Retail Systems 2006 conference.
Customers put top value on employee interaction, not the lowest price--they want access, experience, price, product, and service.
Contactless payments combined with private label credit cards help speed transactions and consumer access to loyalty program information; 2007 could be the big year for no-touch checkout.
Gartner finds that saving money is still the number one driver of outsourcing, but warns not to let financial savings be the sole motivator.
WebTrends adds a marketing data warehouse to its all-new analytics package, responding to marketing execs' expectations of future growth and the need for individualized data.
Retailers are in transition as they balance customer experience in the store and on the Web.
U. K. consumers are still mostly swayed by price, despite businesses' attempts to win customers' loyalty in other ways.
Retailers have advanced in their use of CRM technologies, but continue to struggle to get CRM information to the proper corporate users.
The online-auction powerhouse is launching a site that deviates from bidding and allows for instant purchasing.
Spending on things to do, such as travel and dining, is a trend for this segment and a driver of real growth.
Consumers rate 2005's best-in-class restaurants, retailers, convenience stores, and supermarkets.
Gift cards help retailers beat some holiday sales forecasts, with spending up 8.7 percent.
The new year will see more multichannel integration, more drop-ship solutions, and a wider focus on security issues as merchants mature.
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A recent report reveals the best and worst retail Web sites evaluated by online shopping experiences.
Web merchants are offering ways to lure in customers as online retail sales are expected to jump 25 percent this holiday season.
Consolidation continues as SAP strengthens its position in retail, finance, and consumer goods with the purchase of the demand management software developer.
Consumers buy on weekdays; marketers should use that knowledge to time email campaigns and search engine bids.
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