Welcome Guest | Sign In
ECTNews.com
Salesforce Commerce Solution Guide
E-Commerce Times TechNewsWorld CRM Buyer LinuxInsider
Discussions

E-Commerce Times Talkback

 
ECT News Community   »   E-Commerce Times Talkback   »   Re: Blending Offline and Online Commerce With Advanced Payments Tech



See Full Story

Technology by its nature changes the market. The introduction of efficient solutions spurred by technology to meet consumer demand creates new positive effects across an economy. Plenty of industries -- entertainment, transportation, the press and retail, for example -- have experienced changes in business models, delivery methods and competitors, due to the development and deployment of new technologies. Of course, technology also creates entirely new markets. The modern payments industry was shaped by critical innovations.


Re: Blending Offline and Online Commerce With Advanced Payments Tech
Posted by: Larry Todd 2019-03-04 11:27:47 In reply to: Amy Zirkle
With customers maintaining digital footprints all the way through to the purchase of a product, marketers have far more visibility into the complete customer journey. This means full visibility into the various marketing programs that played a role in the path to purchase. With customers having to go on location to a B&M location, the connection of complete customer journeys becomes a bit more tricky. However, with an attribution solution such as LeadsRX (leadsrx.com), marketers have the ability incorporate offline purchase data and attribute that success back to online programs.
Jump to:
Has technology made transportation more or less safe?
Traveling by all modes of transportation has become riskier with each passing year.
In general, transportation safety has been improving steadily, despite some failures.
Some modes of transportation have been improving while others have become less safe.
We may have reached a tipping point where more tech means less safety.
Don't blame the tech -- greedy companies haven't done adequate testing.
Government regulators have not been playing a strong enough oversight role.