The annual conference, which draws hundreds of customer experience leaders and innovators, is June 5-7 in Dallas and features a range of interesting sessions and a special networking function.
The year 2016 was one of technology, big changes and big steps by retailers aiming to boost and hone the customer experience. Here's a look back at the big news and advancements.
To avoid losing more market share to Amazon, competing e-commerce and brick-and-mortar retailers must perfect the customer experience from the moment a shopper comes through the door to when they leave with their purchase.
There are many aspects to customer experience and a big one not often mentioned is language. As one consultancy's report reveals, poor language is translating to millions in wasted CX spend.
Consumers love a bargain and, as one online jewelry retailer is learning, consumers love to negotiate on price.
A First Data study reveals e-gift card usage is on the climb, driven by those ages 18 to 34. The biggest card buyers are those ages 35 to 54. The main reason is convenience.
By all accounts, this year’s presidential election will go down in history for many reasons, most notably for being one of the most unsettling. The good news for retailers is it isn't hurting consumer activity.
The national brand is rolling out a consumer augmented reality app and an in-store virtual reality experience come 2017.
Check out a webinar presentation featuring an IBM expert that offers up terrific insight and knowledge regarding the branded mobile payment solution now available to retailers.
Mobile pay is an increasing want for consumers and now there’s a new opportunity for retailers wanting to provide more than just mobile device payment functionality.
James Bickers, founding editor of Digital Signage Today and Retail Customer Experience, is remembered as creative, passionate, enthusiastic, talented, but, most of all, as a man who adored his family and who made everyone smile.
At last week's Bank Customer Experience Summit in Chicago, Brian Read explained how his bank integrates itself into the surrounding community.
Boosting customer loyalty and brand advocacy takes strategy, resources and commitment as the quest to get a single view of the customer across multiple commerce channels can prove challenging. But as two Pitney Bowes experts reveal in a free webinar it can be done and done well.
Chris Poelma, president and general manager of NCR Small Business, offers up insight and tips on improving customer interaction in the retail environment.
Today's shoppers browse online while checking out shelves and racks in brick-and-mortar retailers, so building loyalty and brand advocacy is challenging.
Express.com offers up insight on how it boosted its site search conversion rate.
Apparel retailer Express.com provides insight on how helping shoppers find relevant products faster and easier led to a rewarding customer experience and business benefits.
There is a well-worn philosophy when it comes to the real estate industry: Location is everything. The same is true for the retail segment when it comes to deploying customized location-based marketing.
At the recent CONNECT Mobile Innovation Summit, executives discussed how providing the best omnichannel experience should be a top priority.
Mobile technology strategy, whether it's launching an app or initiating a coupon program, is a bit trickier for some retailers due to regulatory oversight. Yet there are best practices and approaches that can, and do, work when it comes to spurring the browsing consumer into becoming a buying consumer.