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New Directions in Shopper Technology is the second book from the Shopper Technology Institute. Building upon the foundations of 2013's Essentials of Shopper Technology, the book is divided into five sections: Shoppers, Loyalty, Engagement, Analytics and Digital and contains 19 essays on how mobile marketing, social media, sophisticated analytics, Big Data and the like are continuing to evolve.
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Digital Imperatives for 2016 With ecommerce projected to account for as much as 50% of total CPG growth over the next five years and digital influencing 64% of all retail sales, retailers and brands need new strategies and capabilities to capture their fair share. Learn where leaders are investing now to position for growth next year and beyond.
Watch the recording of the opening session from our recent virtual LEAD Marketing Conference in which Keith Anderson, VP, Strategy & Insight for Profitero explores this topic. Just click on the screen below to view the recording.
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From offers pinged to smartphones to holographic displays in aisles, the digital world has added a new dimension to the brick-and-mortar experience. While some of the emerging technologies, such as beacons and Google Glass, create a lot of excitement in our space, they also serve as a reminder of what shoppers expect today: product information.
Before, during and after their shopping trips, consumers want access to product details, including price, nutrition facts and ingredients. Whether they are in the store, on the retailer’s mobile app or on the retailer’s website, they expect that information to be seamless, consistent and readily available. That information becomes more critical as grocers pursue e-commerce and roll out BOPIS, home delivery and/or delivery partner (for example, Instacart) e-commerce models...