The Future Of The Digital Store
March 6, 2017
Why Read This Report
Today's empowered customers own multiple digital devices that they use to engage with brands and retailers — on their own terms — while shopping in-store. Simultaneously, new technologies are transforming retail store operations, allowing stores to operate more efficiently and with greater flexibility. To remain competitive, eBusiness leaders must take the internal lead to test, pilot, implement, and optimize digital store technologies that improve both the customer experience and store operations. This report outlines the future of the digital store for retail eBusiness professionals. This is an update of a previously published report; Forrester reviews and revises it periodically for continued relevance and accuracy.
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Table of Contents
- Digital Transformation Poises Stores For Success
- The Digital Store Changes Customer Expectations Forever
- Digital Technologies Create New Opportunities In The Physical Store
- Take A Long-Term View Of Success For Digital Store Transformation
- Building Relevant In-Store Experiences Is A Journey
- Test And Invest In Your Digital Store Initiatives
- Supplemental Material
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