20 Results for Category Strategy
Digital Technologies are influencing and changing the global economy. Revenues from traditional channels, including offline commerce, will decrease by almost 20% by 2020, while B2B digital commerce will almost double in that same time period. If you’ve been challenged to lead a digital transformation, here are some things that can help define what this means for you and how to road map and then execute on your findings:
Every digital consultancy has a pretty website and says they can create whatever you want. However, as you interview them and dig deeper, differences start to appear. XCentium's Amy Macgowan shares 10 things to consider to help you filter through nuances that can make the difference between a successful digital solution project and one that misses the mark.
Does your upcoming RFP process have you nervous or wondering what to expect? Perhaps this is your first Request for Proposal (RFP) experience, or you know, from past experiences, it can be better? From our experience working with clients, we have developed a list of practical tips and tricks that we have seen help companies go through this process successfully.
What’s to Love About Sitecore 9?
Marketers and Business Leaders want to maximize every client interaction, with the goal of leading to more revenue and loyal customers. The IT team wants an easy to use CMS, with world class Commerce capabilities, that deploys on the Cloud for scalability, captures data efficiently – and has cutting edge machine learning capabilities… All in one digital solution. Easy, right? Sitecore 9 can check all these boxes – and more – giving you a long-term relationship with your customers.
Digital Darwinism is unkind to those who wait too long to replace technology. 50% of companies on Fortune 500 in 2000 are no longer on it.
Is your website like my 2004 Acura TL with 185,000 miles on it? Back in the day, my Acura (named ‘Baby Rocket”) was quite something. I loved that car. Recently I found myself justifying reasons to keep Baby Rocket when it was clearly time to replace her.