Staying up to date with rapidly evolving technologies in the ecommerce and marketing industries can be a daunting task. With a slew of new technologies out there, it is also not easy to pinpoint which ones are worth the venture.
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Wells Fargo is reorganizing some of its research departments to focus more on emerging technologies, including mobile payments and AI tech.
Although still relatively new to the scene, chatbots are bringing marketers and consumers closer together by bridging the communication gap between a brand and its customers.
NEW YORK — The Staples Easy Button is the symbol of the brand’s vision of “anywhere and everywhere” commerce, according to an executive from the company.
Mastercard is taking two big steps forward when it comes to mobile integration thanks to a new chatbot system and a partnership that brings payments to wearable devices, signaling that the credit card company is committed to making multichannel retail more mobile.
Undoubtedly, chatbots are becoming increasingly pervasive, and they will continue to optimize how publishers and brands communicate and develop relationships with their audience.
BOSTON – An executive from American Apparel at eTail East 2016 detailed how the brand is using an artificial intelligence and Internet of Things solution in which real-world displays interact with shoppers’ phones to start a purchase-enabled thread with a chatbot.
Marketers and customer service professionals are now paying a lot of attention to chatbots. Whereas the Web, mobile marketing and smartphone applications were at one point the next big thing, chatbots are now becoming a pervasive part of a brand’s digital toolkit.
BillHero’s new Facebook Messenger chatbot gives users an easy, secure way to pay bills without having to leave the social media platform.
Mobile Minutes: Facebook Messenger’s 11K bots; Apple eyes Tidal; Spotify vs. Apple; Disney likes MLB’s streaming video
Today in mobile marketing – Facebook Messenger now has 11,000 bots on its platform; Apple in talks to acquire Jay Z’s Tidal music service; Spotify accuses Apple of stymying competition by halting app; Disney to acquire 33pc stake in MLB’s streaming-video unit valuing it at $3.5B (Report).