It’s important to understand that offline touchpoints within the customer journey are critical for accurate measurement and optimization of partner marketing programs. Here are three areas where marketers can boost the performance of their partnerships by integrating offline touch-points into their measurement.
Consumers expect articulate customer reps—online and in person—well-versed in your products and services. This only escalates during the holidays. Thus call centers are pressed to perform at year-end. Here’s a laundry list of suggestions and some telling Q&As to help you determine what success looks like during peak season.
When it comes to ecommerce delivery, customer expectations are constantly rising. But just offering a wider selection of delivery options won’t necessarily ensure customer satisfaction. These three fulfillment scenarios illustrate best practices that will help ensure customer satisfaction, loyalty and repeat business.
Back-to-school shopping season is in full swing, but thanks in part to Amazon Prime Day being pushed up nearly a month this year, millions of consumers have a head start as they prepare for a brand new academic year. Here are the top three considerations retailers should keep in mind to ensure satisfaction among all customers this back-to-school shopping season, from millennials to Gen X to in-store and mobile shoppers.
With customer experience and engagement in the spotlight, retail stores realize the growing need to engage customers and improve their experience, service and satisfaction levels. Find out how RFID technology can enable smart, real-time recommendations in store, improving engagement and increasing sales.
Are you an operations and fulfillment professional with a great, compelling story to tell that will educate and inform your industry peers? If so, we want to hear from you! The Ecommerce Operations Summit 2019 Call for Speakers is open from now until Aug. 10. Send us your best ideas and we’ll consider them for next year’s agenda.
Putting the customer at the center of everything a brand does is vital to success in retail and ecommerce. In the latest MCMCommerceChat podcast, Bruce Pullens, Director of Customer Strategy and Insights for Lane Bryant, discusses why a customer-centric approach is critical and what it looks like within his company. Listen to what Pullens has to say about how retailers can achieve this.