What were you doing 25 years ago? We can say for sure it wasn't web surfing or shopping from an iPhone. In fact, Episerver came around long before smartphones and even the search engines and social media we know today.
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.
Whether it is learning a programming language increasing in popularity or considering a job opportunity they’re missing a few soft skills for, there is never a bad time for developers and programmers to differentiate themselves from their peers.
"There comes a time in every ecommerce company's life when it's time to talk about international sales."
Today, Episerver benefits from having hundreds of partners and thousands of customers worldwide making use of its Digital Experience Cloud™ platform – as well as many hundreds of employees who support it. A decade ago, however, Episerver’s narrative of hyper growth had yet to be written, particularly in North America. Let’s take a trip down memory lane to understand where we’ve been, who helped us get to where we are and how it helps direct where we’re going. Here
With record growth in 2017 and a billion dollar evaluation in 2018, it’s no secret that Episerver is hot, but what may be lesser known is that experience-driven commerce is a big reason why.
If you’ve opened your Gmail inbox lately, you may have seen a new “Top Picks” feature that surfaces emails from the Promotions tab into the Primary tab, based on what Google ‘thinks’ the recipient will open.