Currently one of many concerns for the retailer is getting the best product and the best price to its customer. Could the evolution of Social Retail develop a new relational model to offer clients valuable services together (recipes, nutritional info, personalized recommendations for dietary and much more) to bring a healthier and more comfortable life.
A smarter approach to commerce starts with embracing empowered consumers and placing them at the center of your operations. While customer focus is not a new idea, truly making it happen on a smarter planet requires electronics manufacturers to discover, gather and act on insights generated through social commerce. This approach helps companies more effectivelymarket, sell and service their products as well as better align their supply chains—resulting in improved margins, new revenue streams, better efficiency and improved outcomes across the value chain.
What is smarter commerce?
Smarter commerce is a strategic approach that places the customer at the center of business operations. In turn, business results and benefits naturally emerge:
• Get more out of the insight generated through customer interactions
• Capitalize on social and mobile commerce
• Synchronize the value chain to deliver consistent and predictable outcomes
• Improve collaboration and visibility for your customers and partners
• Drive growth by enhancing, extending and redefining the value you provide to consumers
A smarter commerce approach can help transform and improve efficiency at each stage of the commerce cycle: buy, market, sell and service. Buy—Optimize supplier and partner interactions based on changes in shopping and buying behavior from across the supply chain. Generate new and differentiating customer value by reconsidering partner roles and relationships. Market—Deliver timely and personalized engagement across multiple touchpoints by using deep insights about customers gleaned, in large part, from the global conversations taking place online. Sell—Facilitate customer and partner engagement so they can collaborate across touchpoints using the interaction method—such as person-to-person, digital, social or mobile— of their preference. Service—Enable streamlined customer service across customer interactions and channels, and anticipate customers’ behavior and take action to keep them loyal.
To achieve this depth of personalization in a four-part customercentric process, smarter commerce focuses on two key business imperatives to support the empowered customer: create consumer-driven buying experiences and develop adaptive supply chain networks.
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