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  • Presented by: Insite Software

    With careful consideration of seven key questions, successful implementation of a B2B ecommerce site cannot only be realized, but add significant value to the bottom line.

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    White Paper
    Date: December, 2012

    Business-to-Business (B2B) companies are rapidly entering ecommerce space as a way to simultaneously reach new customers, increase sales and cut costs. However, ecommerce is new territory for many B2B businesses, and while they are experts in their own industry, the successful launch of an ecommerce site can appear daunting. In addition, numerous B2B companies have experienced a failed or extremely challenging ecommerce site launch. These attempts typically were not only expensive, they also affected the long-term customer adoption rate of the portal – leaving companies questioning whether ecommerce is right for a B2B company after all. Rest assured that ecommerce is a perfect way for B2B companies to increase their sales and improve efficiencies while cutting costs. With careful consideration of seven key questions, successful implementation of a B2B ecommerce site cannot only be realized, but add significant value to the bottom line.

  • Presented by: CORESense Inc.

    Selecting the right retail system for your business is an important decision. To help you understand all the options, CORESense has developed the following collateral.

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    White Paper
    Date: December, 2012

    Selecting the right retail system for your business is an important decision. To help you understand all the options, CORESense has developed the following collateral.

  • 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.

  • Presented by: Miva Merchant

    Miva Merchant has launched more than 300,000 online stores since 1997 and helped our customers sell more than $100 billion online.

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    Videos
    Date: December, 2012

    Miva Merchant has launched more than 300,000 online stores since 1997 and helped our customers sell more than $100 billion online.

  • Presented by: SAS Institute Inc.

    In this custom RIS research report, retailers discuss the major challenges to creating an analytics platform that supports omni-channel merchandising – as well as the competitive advantages.

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    Industry Reports
    Date: November, 2012

    Until a little more than a decade ago, merchandisers only had to deal with physical stores and websites. Then came the shift to online sales and more recently the buzz from mobile and social channels. The proliferation of channels is driven by customers who demand a seamless shopping experience. The impact from these customers is a major disruption in the way merchandisers work – and drives home the point that they need upgraded tools and interactive marketing strategies to compete.

    In this custom RIS research report, retailers discuss the major challenges to creating an analytics platform that supports omni-channel merchandising – as well as the proven advantages.

  • 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

  • Presented by: SAS Institute Inc.

    This paper identifies how retailers can get the most value from mobile. Recommendations include: giving ownership to one executive, elevating pricing transparency, and empowering employees with Wi-Fi. To find out more, download the full report.

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    Industry Reports
    Date: December, 2012

    The paper identifies several strategies that forward-thinking retailers are using to get the most advantage from mobile technology. Recommendations include:

    • Give Clear Ownership — A single executive, tasked with managing and improving the overall customer experience, is vital to pushing mobile programs forward.
    • Make Price Transparency a Priority — Price transparency is real, thanks to Amazon's Price Check and eBay's RedLaser applications; retailers need to embrace the capability.
    • Better Understand a Consumer's Path to Purchase — A consumer's path to purchase often begins outside the store and may traverse several "channels.". Retailers must intersect with consumers at the right moment with the right offers.
    • Connectivity Is a Must — Without some sort of connectivity in the store, retailers can't hope to enhance the store experience with mobile. Employees must have Wi-Fi access to be at least as informed as the consumer.

    To find out more, download the full report.

    Sponsored by: SAS