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MICROSOFT, SALESFORCE, ORACLE LAUNCH RETAIL CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE TOOLS
NEW YORK — The largest CX platform vendors unveiled new features and capabilities to help bricks-and-clicks stores update their digital retail customer experience and keep up with competitors.
Microsoft, SAP, Oracle and Salesforce all delivered new retail customer experience platform features at NRF 2020 Vision: Retail’s Big Show here this week. Calling the data generated by retail customer activity the world’s “demand signal,” Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella outlined new retail technology initiatives, including availability of PromoteIQ, which allows large chains to turn their own e-commerce sites into de facto ad platforms to auction space to partner brands.
He challenged retailers to determine what their digital advantages and capabilities are and build to that, rather than buy technology in the hope that it will drive new revenue streams.
“You cannot be cool by association with a tech vendor,” Nadella said during his keynote. “You have to be cool on your own.”
Microsoft also said Dynamics 365 Commerce, announced last September, will be generally available Feb. 3. Bing for Commerce, a search engine utility to aid AI and personalization systems, also went live. In addition, Microsoft revealed public previews of Dynamics 365 Connected Store and a fraud-prevention bundle to aid in-store loss prevention, detect fake online e-commerce accounts and thwart customer account takeover by fraudsters.
Salesforce Goes Headless
Salesforce at NRF focused on e-commerce tools to enable headless commerce, releasing new APIs and developer tools for Salesforce Commerce Cloud users. Headless splits content delivery from the e-commerce back end to more efficiently pipe content to new channels.
More than 60% of Salesforce customers use Einstein in their workflows, said Lidiane Jones, senior VP of product and commerce cloud at Salesforce. AI product recommendations typically drive between 9% and 10% additional revenue for customers, she said.
Salesforce also unveiled Einstein AI Recommendations Dashboard, which shows information and activity across e-commerce sites and date ranges to help retailers optimize AI-driven product recommendations. That was rolled out in part because it was difficult to quantify how recommendations accounted for new Commerce Cloud sales, and this gives e-commerce leaders an easy method of doing it, according to Jones.
“People want to consolidate technologies and go with proven partners,” Marquis said. “Retail in 2020 looks nothing like it did in 2010, or even 2015. It’s to the point where it’s no longer trendy or even buzzworthy to talk about things like ‘buy online, pick up at store,’ or distributor logistics. Now it’s ‘get the customer what they want, however they happened to land on it.”
Google Cloud Makes Retail Splash
At NRF, Google Cloud released several new retailer-specific tools, including Google Cloud Search for Retail, which, like Microsoft Bing for Commerce, tailors search results to surface products customers are looking for; Google Cloud 1:1 Engagement for Retail, which maps AI and personalization tools for retailers building those IT stacks; Google Cloud API Management for Retail, which unifies digital sales channels; and Google Cloud Anthos for Retail, a cloud offering tailored to retail stores.
“Digital transformation is more than just a requirement. It’s a race,” Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian wrote in a blog post outlining the new retail tools. “Retailers that transform the fastest are the most successful.”
New SAP customer Billy Price, the founder of zipper-topped Billy Footwear, sold about $2 million worth of shoes last year. Billy Footwear is available on Amazon and Zappos online and is in retail stores such as Nordstrom. Billy Footwear has its own e-commerce site running on Shopify to sell directly to consumers, too. Customers typically first come to his e-commerce site because Amazon or a physical retailer doesn’t carry a particular style or size, and the relationship starts by filling that gap.
Price’s main retail customer experience challenge that needed a tech fix didn’t involve e-commerce; he needed help getting his shoes more widely distributed. While Billy Footwear sells in many countries around the world, the company hadn’t made headway into a handful of European countries, Canada and Australia.
The company inked deals with local and regional retailers to get its shoes in those markets. Late last year, Price signed up for Business One, SAP’s ERP system for medium-sized businesses, to connect to his new partners’ back-end inventory tracking systems and help solidify those relationships.
“The relationships with these retail partners in other countries are very difficult to manage, logistically,” Price said. “We’ve already seen significant value in the business.”
Also, at the NRF show, Oracle released Retail Consumer Insights, a tool that takes a company’s own customer data and intermingles it with anonymized third-party consumers in the Oracle Data Cloud. Used with analytics tools that, Retail Consumer Insights will predict new customer segments for marketers that could potentially drive new sales.
FROM STONEWALL TO THE SILVER SCREEN, HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT TRANSGENDER HISTORY?
From who designed the transgender flag to the Stonewall Riots and breaking TV history, we’ve put together a transgender history quiz to test your knowledge.
How much do you really know about transgender history?
We asked trans and non-binary YouTubers Jake Edwards and Phoenix Stone to play our transgender history quiz.
PLAY THE TRANSGENDER HISTORY QUIZ BELOW:
TEST YOUR TRANS TRIVIA:
- Earlier this year a gamer raised $160,000 for transgender charity Mermaids by non-stop gaming for an entire day. But what game did they play?
- What year did the World Health Organization stop classifying transgender as a mental and behavioural disorder?
- Which TV show has the largest cast of transgender actors in TV history?
- Transgender sisters and filmmakers Lana and Lilly Wachowski are behind which sci-fi fantasy franchise?
- America’s first transgender statue celebrates and honours which activists from the Stonewall Riots?
- Who designed the transgender flag?
- Who made history by becoming the first openly transgender person to have a wax figure at Madame Tussauds?
- True or false: A transgender man pioneered the use of x-ray photography to detect tuberculosis.
- Isis King is a transgender model who made history in 2008, but what did she do?
- Which trans woman recently had her acting debuted and was also the youngest plaintiff in the ‘bathroom bill’?
AND HERE’S THE ANSWERS (NO CHEATING!).
Harry Brewis played Donkey Kong 64 for an entire day, a notoriously difficult game to complete because he “wanted to do [his] bit to help support the people who do the hard work of contributing to people’s thinking on an issue”, this came after the charity had part of its lottery funding suspended because of an anti-trans campaign.
In May 2019, the World Health Organization officially changed the global manual of diagnosis as in the previous manual it was considered a gender identity disorder.
Set in 1980s New York, Pose centres the lives of trans people of colour and highlights ballroom culture, as well as the HIV crisis in the US. Ryan Murphy’s Golden Globe-winning series made TV history for having the largest trans cast with actors Indya Moore, MJ Rodriguez, Dominque Jackson, Hailie Sahar and Angelica Ross.
The Wachowski sisters created The Matrix, Lilly went public in 2016 about her gender reassignment. And her sister Lana is the first major Hollywood director to come out as transgender. The duo are also known for Cloud Atlas and Sense8.
Marsha P Johnson and Sylvia Rivera, who both were fundamental to the uprising at Stonewall in 1969 and founded the first homeless shelter for LGBT people in the US. The transgender activists’ monument can be found in New York and was created to mark Stonewall’s 50th anniversary.
In 1999, transgender woman Monica Helms created the first transgender pride flag, which was first shown at a Pride parade in Phoenix, Arizona. The flag has three different colours: blue for trans men, the pink for trans women and the white stripe in the centre representing the non-binary community.
Laverne Cox, who played Sofia in Orange Is the New Black, is the first openly trans person to have a wax figure at Madame Tussauds. In 2014, she was also the first openly trans person to be nominated for an Emmy.
Alan L Hart pioneered the use of x-ray photography in detecting tuberculosis. He was also one of the first documented transgender men to undergo gender reassignment surgery in the US.
Isis King became the first trans model to compete on America’s next top model appearing on both the eleventh and seventeenth cycle of the show. She now plays the role of Marci Wise in the Netflix series When They See Us. Before catching the attention of Tyra Banks, she lived in an LGBTQ homeless centre. Her career has helped pave the way for more trans contestants, including the British version who saw Talulah-Eve compete.
Hunter Schaferv is a transgender actor and plays Jules in HBO series Euphoria, a character which has been praised for good trans representation on mainstream TV.