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We recently published a report ‘How to Drive Digital Experience that Sells’ based on Gartner’s content and commerce research. Jasper Bell, Digital & Commerce Strategy Consultant at our Global Solution Partner, Amaze, who delivers commerce, digital transformation and marketing strategies, expresses his views on when commerce meets content.
Jasper Bell Thursday, February 11, 2016
The last twelve months have seen retailers adopt a host of new cross-channel shopping technologies, making it easier than ever for customers to buy from a mobile or tablet device both at home and when out shopping.
David Bowen Tuesday, February 09, 2016
Many organizations struggle to get the right focus for investments in digital experience, and we often get questions on how to prioritize different initiatives. In my view, these decisions need to be based on your business model and the type of digital strategy that implies.
James Stout Thursday, January 14, 2016
So much happened at our Ascend ’15 conference in Las Vegas! Here is a quick recap from around the web, where Episerver partners and developers share what they learned and liked from the event.
Annette Obermeier Wednesday, December 09, 2015
Do you need words to explain the benefits of a raincoat? How can you find your business hidden heritage? And how do you turn a languishing brand into a multi-billion dollar success story? We have a chat with British brand-builder and digital marketing star Justin Cooke.
Youtse Sung Tuesday, November 24, 2015
At the recent Episerver Ascend conferences, such as in Las Vegas, our customer-facing representatives were asked a number of questions regarding the move from Ektron to the Digital Experience Cloud. Here are some FAQ-style responses based on some of the most common questions asked:
James Stout Thursday, November 19, 2015
It’s natural to think that multichannel, omni-channel, or “integrated marketing” would require more resources and complexity. When done right, the contrary is true – it facilitates economies of scale by looking at the bigger picture, saving time and creating more efficiency.
Leanne McClean Wednesday, November 18, 2015