Retail customers have high expectations of their interactions with brands. Incorporate historical customer data – as well as real-time data – with your cross-channel campaigns to understand what your customers are purchased and what they are doing right now, so you can give them what they need tomorrow. Read or download this brief about the need for data in retail marketing.
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