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Study: Customers Are Finally at the Core of Retailers’ Marketing Efforts

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Retailers are placing customers first when it comes to their business initiatives now that it’s clear consumers are running retail today.

According to Altify’s 2017 Business Performance Benchmark Study, 87.3% of retailers said customer retention, over revenue, was their top strategic imperative for 2017, and 83 percent also agreed that customers are in more control of the buy/sell process than ever before.

As digitization continues to disrupt the retail market, retailers are revamping their marketing and sales efforts to be more customer-centric. Considering customers can now shop on multiple devices and buy items in-store, they are demanding a more seamless shopping experience—all the time, anywhere. To adapt to changing customer purchasing behavior, retailers are focusing their business plans on customer retention and aligning their sales processes to suit.

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