We all know the ever-increasing importance of creating next-generation customer experiences. They create brand differentiation, engagement and growth.
But there’s a big difference between knowing the importance of experience and building a tech ecosystem that fosters those experiences at scale, all with strained marketing resources.
This is why the decisions you make about your tech stack are crucial. But for buyers, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the amount of choice you’re faced with and tempted to stay with the tooling you know – even if it leaves you with untapped potential. But with customer spending down and loyalty decreasing, the retailers that aren’t focusing on experience technology run the risk of being left in the dust. So, when it comes to building a retail marketing tech stack with customer experience capabilities at the forefront, it’s important to understand what’s out there.
With endless categories of tech available, and every vendor making similar promises around “1:1 personalized omni-channel experiences”, how are you meant to be certain which solution or configuration would work best?
What’s the best combination specifically for your business and what are the differences in each option? Are there overlaps or limitations? Any other three-letter acronyms you should learn while you’re at it?
These are all perfectly valid questions (even the acronym question because let’s face it- there might be more). So to make life that little bit simpler, we put together a definitive Customer Data and Experience Platform Buyer’s Guide.
“One major differentiation we’ve seen with Ometria is the focus on retail. The platform has built-in actionability that allows us to drill into retail-specific metrics and take action on our findings.”Hannah Sinclair, Director of DTC Retention Marketing and CRM at Steve Madden
Download the Customer Data and Experience Buyer’s Guide here.