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The Works Implements RichRelevance AI Powered Personalised Online Search

RichRelevance has announced that The Works, the UK’s leading discount retailer, has become one of the first retailers in the country to implement a personalised search functionality on its website, powered by RichRelevance Find™.

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The Works Implements RichRelevance AI Powered Personalised Online Search sees 37% Increase in Ecommerce Sales

Leading UK Discount Retailer Selects RichRelevance’s Find™ to Deliver Personalised Online Search that Harnesses the Power of AI

RichRelevance, the global leader in experience personalisation, today announced that The Works, the UK’s leading discount retailer, has become one of the first retailers in the country to implement a personalised search functionality on its website, powered by RichRelevance Find™, the Artificial Intelligence (AI) search solution.

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The Works Benefits from Online Personalisation

UK discount retailer The Works saw a 37 per cent uplift in e-commerce sales after implementing an AI-powered personalised online search from RichRelevance.

Previously, The Works employees lacked visibility into their site search performance due to their black-box solution. After implementing the new Find™ platform, the retailer was able to highly relevant on-site search results, using real-time saw 36 per cent of online sales directly attributed to the personalised site search solution over the peak Christmas period.

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Infographic: How Much Privacy People Will Give Up for Personalized Experiences

Consumers around the world get frustrated when brands fail to deliver relevant, tailored experiences, something they are increasingly demanding. They’re also concerned about giving companies too much personal information, which paradoxically is what brands need in order to deliver such experiences in the first place. Meanwhile, poor personalization resulting from a lack of trust costs companies trillions of dollars annually, according to new research from Accenture Strategy, which surveyed 24,877 consumers across 33 countries.

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The Millennial Marketplace

The tail end of the Millennial generation (born in 1995) is now entering the workplace and with that comes an associated disposable income. Given our understanding of how many younger people are prioritising experiences over ‘stuff’ – what are the implications on the way retailers invest in technology as they clamour for a portion of pay packets and brand loyalty in a retail environment characterised by choice?

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Are You Creeping Out Customers? 4 Ways To Stay Cool With Technology

Retailers have long understood the value of hearing the consumer’s voice; now it’s time to recognize the sound of it as well. But please, don’t recognize the face.

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