In the hardware and home improvement market, two of 360pi’s customers – Ace Hardware and Build.com – are not simply surviving, but thriving against the dual threat of Amazon and big box rivals.
Join us for an exciting session providing exclusive insight into how retailers are using pricing and assortment strategies to compete with online e-commerce giants who are swallowing the future of retail as we know it.
360pi addresses why Amazon Prime Day seemed like such a flop, while encouraging retailers to take advantage of this missed opportunity with shoppers.
While many retailers and brands are developing traction in their market through the use of price intelligence, it’s important for them to take a few factors into consideration.
360pi reflects on what Walmart has done to improve their pricing strategy over the past few months, further validating what retailers need to do step up their game.
Former consumer electronics buyer, Frank Fotia, affirms the link between consumers and the digital world, and encourages retailers to use this information to strategize.
Jenn Markey, VP Marketing at 360pi, compares the changes made to retailer price matching strategies over the past year to incorporate the omnichannel customer.
Dr. Stephan Liozu weighs in on whether or not retailers can afford to be without big data analytics in today’s ever-growing omnichannel environment.
Former consumer electronics buyer, Frank Fotia, provides the rationale behind the most important differentiator when establishing a market strategy – price.
Dr. Stephan Liozu analyzes what retailers can learn from the recent store closures by Staples and Radio Shack.