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Last week, Episerver announced the acquisition of content personalization and analytics company Idio. As we here at Episerver welcome the people and platform to Episerver, we wanted to get reactions about the news from employees and partners to help our customers understand the news better.
Do you have an ever-increasing number of digital assets floating around in your company? Where is it stored, and how can you ensure that you find what you need while being able to control access? Ever been asked to find an asset to then spend the next hour searching the intranet, emailing colleagues and finally just giving up?
In the first part of this series, we discussed how financial institutions can future-proof their user experience strategy in a click with Episerver CMS. In this post, we’ll get a little more granular and explore what comes after you commit to a market-leading CMS.
Today’s distributors have some of the most upward potential around due to their ability to completely transform their business into a modern one that meets and exceeds buyers’ expectations for how purchasing cycles should work, at work.
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.
For far too long, financial services brands have gotten away with sub-par experiences, both online and off. While digital properties may be mobile friendly or remember your log in when you return, the companies containing our most sensitive data – financial – often treat us like net new customers, offering promotions for accounts we already hold, for example.