Each month, we go beyond the glasses to get a glimpse of the personal experiences, interests, and accomplishments of our fab employees here at Whereoware. For August, we get to know Devon Martin, our Product Designer, a little better.
What’s your name? Devon Martin
Job Title: Product Designer
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Whereoware’s resident soccer fanatic, Devon, headed to France to watch team USA take the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Catch a glimpse of her experience in Europe!
IMAX Worldwide Home, leading manufacturer of home accessories and furniture, releases their new e-commerce website, designed and developed by Whereoware.
The new website, featuring a modern, minimalist design, provides an enhanced and personalized user journey. Replete with powerful functionality and intuitive navigation, it delivers a streamlined online shopping experience for retailers, designers, and sales representatives.
Whereoware’s sales and client services teams stayed busy this Las Vegas Market, meeting with clients, demoing our Pharos E-commerce Suite, and of course, socializing!
Las Vegas Market features a number of prestigious panel discussions, receptions, award ceremonies, and special events.
Gift + Stationery 40 Under 40 Awards
The team’s visit kicked off with the presentation of the Gift + Stationery 40 Under 40 class of 2019, honoring the gift and stationary industry’s next generation of leaders.
Whereoware’s own Teddy Pekalski, Sales Manager, was recognized at the reception on Sunday as one of the Gift + Stationery 40 Under 40honorees representing all facets of the gift and stationery industry.
We’re so proud of Teddy for this important honor and congratulate him and the other honorees for propelling the entire gift and stationery industry forward.
Whereoware is excited to introduce Acoustic, the newest iteration of the IBM Watson Marketing suite of tools, released on July 15. The release follows Centerbridge Partners’ acquisition of IBM Watson Marketing software (the marketing automation suite Whereoware specializes in and has used daily for the last decade.)
Born from the desire to focus solely on marketers, Acoustic is dedicated to building products that “bring humanity back to marketing.”
Marketing is Acoustic’s number one priority, rather than an add-on feature to a larger technology suite.
What’s in a name? In the words of Mark Simpson, Acoustic’s CEO, “our new name is a symbol of our ability to create environments that draw people in, inviting closer and more personal connections. By providing purpose-built solutions, we can empower marketers to make these true human connections. Only by listening carefully to consumers can marketers make themselves heard.”
It’s no secret that personalizing your customers’ experience boosts satisfaction, loyalty, and sales.
Successful personalization delivers a consistent and seamless customer journey across channels (email, website, social, etc.). In fact, according to Salesforce, 75% of consumers expect consistent experiences across multiple channels, with 73% likely to switch brands if they don’t.
To help you get started, we’re sharing three tips for connecting your website and email personalization strategy so you can deliver relevant, memorable experiences that build brand loyalty, motivate action, and increase sales.
At Whereoware, we like to think bigger. Beyond our wow-worthy work environment, Whereoware is committed to giving back and fostering community spirit through service. Our fab employees are dedicated to working together in small but mighty ways to better serve our community – and have fun doing it!
Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) committee spearheads service projects, charity events, and other initiatives to reflect our culture of compassion and achieve our goal of making a difference that resonates.
The committee’s mission is to actively engage our team through hands-on outreach activities to help those in need, cultivate lasting relationships with local organizations, and create meaningful impact.
Check out some of the passionate and devoted CSR leaders that help make it all possible!
Imagine: you’re on a webpage with an enticing offer. You’re excited and ready to go when suddenly, a long, bulky webform form with several required fields appears.
If we’re being honest, most of us are unlikely to stick it out and finish the form, and you wouldn’t be alone. In fact, according to The Manifest, a whopping 67% of users will permanently abandon a form if they encounter complications.
Webforms are, however, vital to engaging your customers and
communities online. Not only do they increase both B2B and B2C account
registration (which is, by the way, an important KPI for new websites) and
email capture for marketing, but forms also offer the convenience for users to
sign in from anywhere and proceed through checkout more easily.
There are many factors that contribute to user frustration, so follow the tips below to start addressing the usability issues on your forms.
Amazon Prime Day (the summer’s “Black Friday” holiday boasting tons of discounts on popular items for Amazon Prime members) started as a 20th Anniversary promotion in 2015 but has since become a shopping phenomenon across Amazon and competitive online shopping sites.
Amazon will hold its longest Prime Day yet—48 hours of deals—from July 15 to July 16. This year, major retailers Target, Walmart, and eBay are joining in on the fun.
This year’s Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition (IRCE 2019) in Chicago was a blast! We enjoyed awesome speakers, fun networking opportunities, and more during our visit to the Windy City.
Our session with client Yamaha, Selling a Lifestyle: How Storytelling Motivates Different Customer Types to Buy, covered proven techniques for segmenting different customer types—from first-time visitors to your highest-value clientele—and online personalization approaches to drive brand loyalty and sales. Download the Persona Worksheet and get the presentation slides to get started on building personalized customer journeys.
Did you miss our session or need a refresher? We’re recapping how Yamaha develops user personas and combines email and website personalization to deliver every prospect and customer a relevant and compelling brand experience.
Don’t just sell your products. Follow our 4-step guide to brand storytelling, selling a lifestyle, and gaining lifetime customers.