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1-800-Flowers.com: Creating a best-in-class online experience that makes it easier for customers

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jul 26, 2017
A rewarding customer experience is the central aim for luxury gift company 1-800-Flowers.com: a fast, intuitive shopping process helps keep consumers loyal to its brands. Working with IBM, the company has built a master data management (MDM) system that helps deliver a more seamless experience to shoppers across multiple brands and channels.
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1 800 flowers, ibm, e-commerce, case study, master data management
    
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Brandwatch Report: Social Insights on the Luxury Fashion Industry

Published By: Brandwatch     Published Date: Dec 01, 2015
Luxury fashion brands have been slow to adapt to the emergence of social media, and have suffered from a series of missed opportunities that range across product development, marketing and sales departments. Download this Brandwatch report to learn how social media presents these brands with valuable opportunities to understand their audience and which brands are setting the trends on social platforms.
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social media, social intelligence, social media monitoring, social listening, social insights, luxury, luxury fashion, fashion, retail
    
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Creating a best-in-class online experience that makes it easier for customers to deliver smiles

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Aug 23, 2017
A rewarding customer experience is the central aim for luxury gift company 1-800-Flowers.com: a fast, intuitive shopping process helps keep consumers loyal to its brands. Working with IBM, the company has built a master data management (MDM) system that helps deliver a more seamless experience to shoppers across multiple brands and channels.
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1-800-flowers, case study, ibm, consumer, brand loyalty
    
IBM

Outbound Chinese Tourism - A Global Opportunity for Merchants

Published By: Global Payments     Published Date: May 02, 2019
The economic face of the APAC region is changing. While the East has long been considered a source of competitively priced raw materials and manufacturing services, the spending power of its inhabitants - and their increased fondness for international travel - has transformed it into a force to be reckoned with. Itís estimated that, over the next five years, 88% of the growth in the global middle class will be in the Asia Pacific region.1 If multinational companies hope to take advantage of this vast new target market, they will need to adapt their expansion strategies and offer APAC customers a tailored retail experience.
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apac growth, global payments, luxury brands, trusted payments, localized purchasing, retail, wechat pay, alipay, chinese wallets, global commerce, mobile payments, alternative payment methods, chinese wallets, international payment solutions
    
Global Payments
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