Brands, both in B2B and B2C, are under increasing pressure from all sides to provide a customer experience that meets the expectations of their buyers. It’s our job to help you get there, and it starts with a deep understanding of the customer.
Let’s get down to what happened in commerce and tech news in the last week. Starbucks Delivers is coming to 6 new cities. Holiday ecommerce was $126 billion in 2018. Adidas looks to improve their shopping experience online with AI.
Manufacturers are in a position of challenge today more than ever. As a manufacturer, you’re looking to drive focus on increased revenue, expanding your product offering, and increasing first party data, all while mitigating risk within your overall channel strategy to avoid alienating distributors.
Data reveals that it’s not simply a fuzzy nice-to-have to make customers happier. There is a very hard and real cost for CX that doesn’t deliver on customer expectations.
Let’s get down to what happened in commerce and tech news in the last week. Walmart partnered with 4 new grocery delivery services. The holiday season saw $126 billion spent online. And what might happen to ecommerce with Brexit coming closer?
Whether you’re selling in B2B, B2C, or some combination of both, it’s critical to view your digital customer experience as more than a tool for transactions and remember that in many cases, buying your product online might not solve the problem that drove them to your site.
Every year the technology world descends upon Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show, which has become the focal point for technology companies from television manufacturers to automotive companies for announcing their new products.
As expected SMITH's 2018 was bigger and better than 2017. New employees, new ventures, with a singular focus: make buying and selling awesome. Now that we're in 2019, let's take a look back at our most popular posts from last year.