Retailers are moving swiftly from implementation to integration, incorporating mobile programs into their larger CRM (Customer Relationship Management) initiatives. Here are five SMS trends for retailers to follow.
The contact center industry has officially entered the next evolution of customer engagement and many are on a mission to figure out how best to implement these new and emerging technologies to service our digital customers. If your contact center is looking to launch or advance a social CRM program, here are 4 tips to remember.
Among the many potential benefits of BI: Honing inventory and reducing costly back orders; a better understanding of the costs of core (never-out) products within broad SKU assortments; and a better understanding of merchandising and marketing results by catalog and digital channels.
When brands launch a new SMS (Short Message Service) program, they typically implement an extensive 90-day promotional period to maximize exposure. After that period, promotions rely on a regular schedule that produces occasional spikes in awareness.
Here are six ways to maximize your new SMS program.
The Vermont Teddy Bear Company, along with sister companies Calyx Flowers and Pajama Gram, faces the challenges of being a seasonal business. More than 60% of its annual revenue comes during the Christmas and Valentine
Is 3PL for you? Here’s how to analyze your current operations, as well as your options.
Cross-selling and up-selling initiatives have existed in the contact center industry for a very long time and implemented with varying levels of success. Perhaps it is time to consider the “best practices” most often neglected in these initiatives
During peak times the order calls roll in at contact centers, but during off peak it
Jacque Pelletier, founder of Fashion Connection, says that the ability to manage his inventory across multiple platforms has helped the business flourish and differentiate itself from local brick-and-mortar competitors. Additionally, the Fashion Connection, is looking ahead and readying themselves to take on bigger challenges such as mobile commerce.
Once we pivoted the data to shift the view from fraud rates to verification rates, we were able to determine some other interesting insights.