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18 Jul 2016

Bay Crew’s Chooses RichRelevance for Real-Time Omnichannel Personalization

Relevance Cloud™ platform with Recommend™ and Engage™ presents the most relevant, data-driven content and product recommendations in real time San Francisco, CA — July 18, 2016 — RichRelevance®, the global leader in omnichannel personalization, today announced that Bay Crew’s Co. Ltd. (Headquarters: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo), a leading Japanese omnichannel apparel retailer, has selected RichRelevance to power... View Article

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18 Jul 2016

Dinos Online Shop Selects RichRelevance for Real-Time Personalization

Dinos replaces their existing in-house system with Relevance Cloud™ and Recommend™ to present the most relevant, data-driven product recommendations to customers San Francisco, CA — July 18, 2016 — RichRelevance®, the global leader in omnichannel personalization, announced that Dinos Cecile Co. Ltd., a leading Japanese catalog and television shopping company, is using RichRelevance to power... View Article

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08 Jul 2016
Retail Week

How do Shoppers Respond to the New Technologies that are being Increasingly used by Retailers In-Store?

How do shoppers respond to the new technologies that are being increasingly used by retailers in-store? Do they rate them as cool or creepy? This Retail Week article and infographic depicts how consumers have rated everything from fingerprint technology to digital coupons in a survey conducted by RichRelevance (subscription required). Read More

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07 Jul 2016
Retailing Today

In-Store Technologies: Separating the Cool from the Creepy

Smart mirrors are a ‘cool’ in-store technology, but facial recognition software is another story entirely. Those are among the findings of a new survey by RichRelevance, a provider of omnichannel personalization technology. The company surveyed more than 2,000 U.S. and U.K. consumers about how technology can impact their in-store shopping experience, highlighting the differences between... View Article

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07 Jul 2016
Retail Systems

New Retail Technologies - Creepy or Cool?

RichRelevance has released its second annual ‘Creepy or Cool’ study, revealing consumer attitudes towards digital enhancements to the in-store shopping experience. The research asked over 2,000 consumers in the US and UK about how technology can impact their shopping experience, highlighting the difference between what shoppers thought was ‘cool’ and ‘creepy’. Read More

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