The digital shelf is the ecosystem of how consumers interact with brands and retailers to discover, research and purchase products. To win there and convert more buyers, brands must provide consistent, relevant and up-to-date product information across digital touchpoints, including stores, ecommerce, DTC and social.
While current iterations of PIM are highly effective, the tech landscape is shifting to a broader, more powerful paradigm: The product experience. Brands must create emotion-stirring experiences tailored to a consumer’s personality and preferences. But personalization requires serious data management and deep customer insights.
Traditionally, a PIM platform helped organizations create product catalogs, enabling sales and marketing teams to seamlessly distribute information and eliminate manual efforts. An advanced PIM can also ease product enrichment, boost team productivity, improve conversion rates and automate most tasks.
Getting ecommerce product content right in every instance is an impossible task. But you increase the odds of creating accurate, high-quality product listings by making management, approval and reuse of content so smooth and rapid that you’re left with ample time to be creative, innovative and purposeful with its presentation.
How customers engage with brands and the way they shop is now a new ballgame altogether. Digital engagement with products is quickly replacing the traditional approaches; in fact, it has set new standards to keep up with customer expectations.
The days of large, general interest retail catalogs are gone, replaced by highly personalized pieces of varying lengths and levels of complexity, each targeted to meet the needs of a very specific audience. In this latest report, find out how Bass Pro Shops addressed the marketing challenge head on.