Apptus customers dominate the hottest e-commerce brands top ten!

Just how important is relevance to creating strong e-commerce brands? Brands that customers love and which they come back to time and again? No fewer than five of the top 10 hottest e-commerce brands in Sweden according to Market Magazine’s ‘Hottest e-commerce stores 2016 report use Apptus eSales to deliver satisfying and relevant experiences for their customers online.

This is not a co-incidence.

Apptus eSales goes beyond ‘segmented personalisation’. It is the only solution that delivers a uniquely relevant shopping experience for every customer on every visit – an experience that adapts to actual and predicted behaviour in real time.

According to Market, the ten strongest brands in the Swedish e-commerce:

Do you want to be on the list but end up asking yourself where to begin?

A good starting point for any online merchandiser is understanding how screen real-estate is currently managed: knowing which systems affect which zones, understanding how they work and to what end (objective) they operate, and then knowing the degree to which each system affects the customer experience.

Click here for full insights on how to optimise your screen real-estate.

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