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  • Presented by: Certona

    To provide online retailers with a reliable benchmarking tool and to help them better understand how to measure the success of personalization, the team at Certona has developed this industry-wide reference series.

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    Free Guide
    Date: December, 2012

    To provide online retailers with a reliable benchmarking tool and to help them better understand how to measure the success of personalization, the team at Certona has developed this industry-wide reference series. We discuss specific key performance indicators (KPIs) and the concepts involved in personalization such as demand, average order value, conversion rate, segmentation, non-responders, testing and more.

  • Presented by: SAS Institute Inc.

    Right item, right price, right location. That combination is the holy grail for every retailer. If it has been elusive in the past, it is no longer, thanks to High-Performance Retailing.

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    White Paper
    Date: February, 2012

    High-Performance Retailing (HPR) takes traditional retailing challenges, such as pricing, inventory and markdowns, and provides unprecedented insights on a SKU-by-SKU, aisle-by-aisle level. Expand the precise, fast and efficient analysis to a regional or national scale, and discover how HPR can boost your company’s bottom line.

    In this white paper, learn about the eight benefits of implementing HPR and how it can:

    • Respond to your customers’ local and seasonal merchandise demands.
    • Maximize retail spaces with the right product mix.
    • Implement new plans that address specific store needs – with amazing speed.

  • While many of the goals of this analysis remain consistent with the inaugural version, there are three additional goals which themselves were born from readers of the initial report.

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    White Paper
    Date: December, 2012

    While many of the goals of this analysis remain consistent with the inaugural version, there are three additional goals which themselves were born from readers of the initial report. The original goals remain:

    1. Present benchmarks for a wide variety of live chat operational practices
    2. Uncover implementation differences affecting key live chat operational issues
    3. Test the statistical causality of live chat operational best practices

    The additional goals in this updated version are:

    1. Monitor and report on changes to key benchmarks since the first report
    2. Calculate benchmarks for higher traffic sites
    3. Identify and present benchmarks for elite users of live chat

  • Presented by: Baynote

    How do your industry peers use metrics to drive bottom-line performance? Lauren Freedman, president of the e-tailing group, recently conducted in-depth interviews with 20 top retailers to find the answers.

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    Webinar
    Date: December, 2012

    How do your industry peers use metrics to drive bottom-line performance? Lauren Freedman, president of the e-tailing group, recently conducted in-depth interviews with 20 top retailers to find the answers. In this webcast, she’ll share insights from this exclusive Baynote-sponsored research along with highlights from the e-tailing group’s 2012 Annual Merchant Survey.

    Prepare to take notes – the doctor is in.

  • Presented by: 4-Tell

    4-Tell: Success Stories

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    Case Study
    Date: December, 2012

    We are proud to have a significant impact on our customers’ business. 4-Tell Boost® Recommendations for Web increases conversion and provides a better shopping experience for your customers.

  • Presented by: SAS Institute Inc.

    Whether in-store or online, today’s retail scene is very different than even five years ago. Harvard Business Review contributors share how retailers must evolve in order to thrive in the years ahead.

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    White Paper
    Date: February, 2012

    Inventory, customer experience, pricing, market share – these are questions faced by every retailer, from mom-and-pop shops to multinational mega-chains. What separates the best from the rest (and the defunct) lies in both innovation and common sense, according to this Harvard Business Review Insight Center Report.

    In this collection of essays plus a webinar summary, learn about:

    • Emerging truths in digital retailing, brand marketing, behavioral insights and customer loyalty.
    • How market leaders turn new challenges into new advantages.
    • The unconventional attitudes of retailers across various categories, including electronics, apparel/shoes and grocery.

    Sponsored by: SAS