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If there’s one constant in retail, it’s change. In the 14 years Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition (IRCE) has held its annual event in Chicago, for example, the industry has gone from Amazon Prime just launching to the service now boasting just about 100 million members.
Netherlands-based BEERWULF, a seller of craft and specialist beer online, has been disrupting the alcoholic beverage market since their inauguration in 2017. The young, fast-moving distribution business has Heineken N.V. as their major investor and has since matured with their business rapidly expanding from selling in five European countries to ten.
The future of digital for B2B companies is always changing and difficult to predict. The old style of development was to build what we need for today and worry about tomorrow, tomorrow.
Customer experience investments can be a hard sell in many organizations, but brands are continually being awarded for experiences that speak to who customers are and what they want in a highly secure and scalable fashion. The financial services market is no different.
When Episerver customer LivingSpaces.com was named a top-three furniture retailer website in the United States by product visualization company Cylindo, we paused in between our pats on the back to examine the criteria they used to make this determination and share how that information could be used by you, a marketer or merchandiser.
It’s a tale as old as tech. Companies develop and introduce ways to make consumers’ lives easier and overnight, it seems, those changes become expectations.