Category: Marketing

Changes in Retail and the Call to be Dynamic in Meeting Customers’ Needs. Black Friday has always had a great hype surrounding it; the record sales, the in-store only specials, the queues, the hustle for the best deal; have made it an iconic date on the retail calendar. However…


Changing the way we use notifications for Engagement. Even though our mobile phones are with us all the time, does that mean we are available to actually receive notifications of “relevant” offers / services? Simply put, no.


Apple recently introduced major changes for iOS 13 location permissions. With the updates, iOS will now use random pop-up notifications to inform users that the “app has used your location ‘x’ number of times in the background”, and users can decide if they want to continue permitting the app to have access to their location.


Chief Digital Officers (CDO) are often charged with finding innovative solutions for their employers and for their end customers. Part of their responsibility is to balance adhering to their business’s goals while ensuring their customers remain happy. It is a difficult task compounded by the fact that collecting and monetizing data has historically been viewed as counter to consumer privacy. But due to increases in regulation, as well as consumer awareness, balancing the monetization of customer data with maintaining consumer privacy has never been more important.


In this age of digital transformation, marketers have more tools than ever at their disposal to track customer purchases. By tracking clicks, online shopping carts, and past purchase behavior, marketers can target their advertisements to specific customers and offer deals on past purchased products and related items. But what if marketers could broaden their customer knowledge base and provide personalized, contextual deals on anticipated purchases? This type of marketing is the future, and it’s completely reliant on the emerging Edge-AI.