Kibo Highlights the Importance of Digital Stores to Win Shopper Loyalty

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San Luis Obispo, Calif. – April 25, 2016 – Kibo, the world’s leading Cloud-based unified omnichannel commerce platform, today announced their session at eTail Connect that will discuss the future of omnichannel retail with strategies to leverage digital stores to win shopper loyalty. 

Today’s digitally demanding consumers hold retailers to very high expectation.  The message is clear; retailers must evolve to meet customers’ demands.  This interactive session will review the current state of retail including shopping trends and statistics from recent Kibo research.  It will also give the audience a chance to participate and share their success stories with the digital store.  Josh Baumrind, VP of Technology Partnerships for Kibo, will be leading the session.

The eTail Connect conference is taking place April 25-27 in Orlando, Fla. Designed as an invitation-only thought leadership forum for senior ecommerce executives, eTail Connect brings together 65 of North America’s most influential online and multi-channel retail executives in a high-level networking setting. This two-day conference provides featured discussions with peers, where retailers gain the opportunity to identify common pain points and work together to discover effective solutions to continue advancing the retail industry as a whole.

To speak with an executive about Kibo’s activity at eTail Connect, please contact  info@kibocommerce.com.

About Kibo
Kibo is the strategic merger of industry leaders MarketLive, Shopatron and Fiverun. With a combined 40 years of innovations, we’re joining forces to help retailers and branded manufacturers unify the consumer experience. Kibo is a complete omnichannel commerce platform, delivering the lowest total cost of ownership and the fastest time to market. With predictive technologies and enterprise performance, we can help you achieve increased sales. No matter the challenge, Kibo powers your success. For more information, visit kibocommerce.com.

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