Term archive for "Customer Data"

How Data Makes Good Stores Better: A Webinar for Jewelers & Luxury Retailers

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Save the date: on Monday, February 26th, at 2 pm est, David Geller, author of Geller’s Blue Book and a Quickbooks/POS expert will join Jennifer Shaheen, the Technology Therapist, to present “How Data Makes Good Stores Better.” Today’s jewelry customer expects a highly tailored shopping experience, on and offline. To provide this, jewelers need objective,… Continue Reading »

Is Bloomingdales Making A Blunder?

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Bloomingdale’s has a long, proud history in retail. The store began in the nineteenth century, opening its doors in the same year that Yellowstone Park was established, the Metropolitan Museum of Art launched, and the readers the world over were captivated by Phileas Fogg’s journey around the world in 80 days. They’ve been a stalwart… Continue Reading »

Worried About Wal-Azon?

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As we move into 2018, several major retail trends are already pretty clear: the division between e-commerce and online retail will fade away as the majority of businesses adopt a blended model, offering components of both, and the industry’s largest players, namely Walmart and Amazon, will continue to grow and change, in many ways becoming… Continue Reading »

Half of Gen Z Shoppers Expect Websites to Anticipate Their Needs

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The Center for Generational Kinetics researches how different generations of shoppers discover and interact with retailers and brands. In a recent study of Generation Z – shoppers currently aged between 2-19 – they found that 50% of these shoppers won’t go to a website that can’t anticipate what they’re looking for. Let’s take a look… Continue Reading »