1. Executive Summary Omnichannel marketing has become a priority for companies tasked with attracting and retaining consumers who have more choice and higher expectations than ever. Like many aspects of commerce in the digital age, omnichannel is an area of tremendous opportunity that is often talked about but rarely done well. Embracing this discipline involves […]
"In the US, 50% of retailers say a mobile shopping app is a top priority for their omnichannel strategies"
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1. Executive Summary The Cross-Channel Marketing in Australia and New Zealand report, produced by Econsultancy in association with IBM Marketing Cloud, is based on a survey of nearly 300 marketing, digital and ecommerce professionals based in Australia and New Zealand. The report explores the extent to which organisations in the region are equipped for cross-channel […]
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