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  • Virtual reality is bacon me crazy!

    / Omnichannel

    Virtual reality is bacon me crazy!

    Internet Retailer’s April Berthene’s first-person account of trying to make a purchase in virtual reality.

    Posted 12/29/2016April BerthenePost a comment

    Internet Retailer’s April Berthene’s first-person account of trying to make a purchase in virtual reality.
  • Hormel hopes bacon virtual reality videos sizzle

    / Mobile

    Hormel hopes bacon virtual reality videos sizzle

    A consumer can add bacon to her cart at the end of the virtual reality video, which marks the first time Hormel is selling bacon direct to consumers online.

    Posted 11/10/2016April BerthenePost a comment

    A consumer can add bacon to her cart at the end of the virtual reality video, which marks the first time Hormel is selling bacon direct to consumers online.
  • CoolSavings’ boosts its customer base 43% in past year

    More than 25 million households have registered for online coupons and discounts with CoolSavings Inc., with growth of 7.5 million in the past year, the company reported today.

    Posted 03/31/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    More than 25 million households have registered for online coupons and discounts with CoolSavings Inc., with growth of 7.5 million in the past year, the company reported today.
  • CoolSavings’s revenue grows 7.4% in first 9 months

    Net revenues for the first nine months of 2004 at CoolSavings, an interactive marketing services company and producer of online coupons, reached $26.1 million, up 7.4% over the first nine months of 2003.

    Posted 11/02/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Net revenues for the first nine months of 2004 at CoolSavings, an interactive marketing services company and producer of online coupons, reached $26.1 million, up 7.4% over the first nine months of 2003.
  • Military commissaries to accept Internet coupons in-store

    The agency that sells groceries to military personnel and families around the world will accept web-generated coupons in its 273 stores. While some retail grocers don’t accept them, consumers love them, driving web coupon redemption up by 134% last year.

    Posted 10/04/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The agency that sells groceries to military personnel and families around the world will accept web-generated coupons in its 273 stores. While some retail grocers don’t accept them, consumers love them, driving web coupon redemption up by 134% last year.
  • / Technology

    MyWebGrocer names marketing veteran to start Midwest office

    MyWebGrocer has hired Helen Everett Earling to start up the company’s new Midwest office in Minneapolis.

    Posted 11/12/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    MyWebGrocer has hired Helen Everett Earling to start up the company’s new Midwest office in Minneapolis.
  • / Technology

    UCCnet and Transora agree to merge

    In a move intended to push more retailers and suppliers toward a trade-supporting global system of sharing information, product data synchronization services UCCnet and Transora have agreed to merge, the two organizations said today.

    Posted 05/13/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    In a move intended to push more retailers and suppliers toward a trade-supporting global system of sharing information, product data synchronization services UCCnet and Transora have agreed to merge, the two organizations said today.
  • / Marketing

    CoolSavings launches network for online coupons

    CoolSavings is teaming up with the web sites of major newspapers and sites like Weather.com to distribute its print-at-home coupons. Advertisers include General Mills, Dannon and 3M.

    Posted 10/28/2002Paul DemeryPost a comment

    CoolSavings is teaming up with the web sites of major newspapers and sites like Weather.com to distribute its print-at-home coupons. Advertisers include General Mills, Dannon and 3M.
  • Shopping in another dimension

    Shopping in another dimension

    Is virtual reality commerce the next wave of retail? Some retail technology leaders are experimenting with the technology, but with a fragmented device market and low consumer adoption it’s hard to tell which applications will stick.

    Posted 01/16/2017April BerthenePost a comment

    Is virtual reality commerce the next wave of retail? Some retail technology leaders are experimenting with the technology, but with a fragmented device market and low consumer adoption it’s hard to tell which applications will stick.

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  • / Press Release

    Manugistics and Cognos Form Global Alliance

    - Manugistics increases analytic capabilities of pioneering Enterprise Profit Optimization solutions with Cognos Series 7 - ROCKVILLE, Md. & BURLINGTON, Mass., Aug. 20 -- Manugistics Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: MANU) , a leading provider of Enterprise Profit Optimization(TM) (EPO) solutions, and Cognos (Nasdaq: COGN; TSX: CSN), a world leader in business intelligence (BI), today announced a global alliance. Manugistics will integrate the highly...

    Posted 08/20/2002

    - Manugistics increases analytic capabilities of pioneering Enterprise Profit Optimization solutions with Cognos Series 7 - ROCKVILLE, Md. & BURLINGTON, Mass., Aug. 20 -- Manugistics Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: MANU) , a leading provider of Enterprise Profit Optimization(TM) (EPO) solutions, and Cognos…
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