Meet Sailthru at Chicago’s IRCE 2014 ‑ Booth #219
June 6, 2014
As IRCE so aptly states, “creating a bond between a retailer and a customer has never been easier—or harder—than it is today.” We couldn’t agree more. While more channels and communication opportunities create more noise to fight through, the data and technology solutions available right now equip marketers to break through that noise in ways they’ve never been able to before.
So, how can e-commerce marketers use the data they amass each day to inform and transform how they communicate with consumers in the omnichannel economy? This year’s IRCE is all about facing and meeting that very challenge, and that’s why Sailthru is once again a proud sponsor at the event in Chicago this month.
Where to find us on June 10th to the 13th:
• At Booth #219 through the whole show
• RSVP for our cocktail party on the 11th
• Tweet us @sailthru #IRCE2014
Catch up with us to learn how we enable marketers to engage and convert customers by providing more relevant content and communications, automatically and at scale. We will have multiple people on the ground, including our new SVP of Product, Stephen Dove. Whether you want a demo or just to stop by and say hi, our booth (and party) is always open.
We’re also super excited to see client Alex and Ani’s VP of Digital Strategy, Ryan Bonifacino, speak on Wednesday, June 11th at 3:30PM on why data should influence change in your marketing plan every quarter. In case you haven’t seen, the jewelry retailer’s online sales grew an insane 249% last year, so there should be some great takeaway action items.
We hope to see you there!
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