RichRelevance is a company, based in San Francisco, California, that offers personalized shopping experiences for large retail brands, including Macy's, Barney's NY, Office Depot and others.

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  • Sarath Jarugula Joins RichRelevance as Chief Product Officer
    Data Science And Technology Veteran To Lead RichRelevance’s Personalization Product Strategy and Innovation San Francisco, CA — August 14, 2017 — RichRelevance®, the global leader in omnichannel personalization, today announced The post Sarath Jarugula Joins RichRelevance as Chief Product Officer appeared first on RichRelevance.
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  • Are You Creeping Out Customers? 4 Ways To Stay Cool With Technology
    Retailers have long understood the value of hearing the consumer’s voice; now it’s time to recognize the sound of it as well. But please, don’t recognize the face. Read More The post Are You Creeping Out Customers? 4 Ways To Stay Cool With Technology appeared first on RichRelevance.
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  • Holiday Season Readiness Guide for Online Retailers
    Black Friday is four months (and some change) away and retailers who have not yet turned their attention to peak spending season should do so now. While it is not The post Holiday Season Readiness Guide for Online Retailers appeared first on RichRelevance.
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  • 5 killer stats to start your week
    Is new tech creepy or cool? Marketing Week cover the story in their stats of the week. Read More The post 5 killer stats to start your week appeared first on RichRelevance.
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  • Fingerprint scanners top UK ranking of cool retail tech
    Fingerprint-enabled payments and voice-enabled ordering were ranked as the top two cool retail technologies by UK shoppers. Read More The post Fingerprint scanners top UK ranking of cool retail tech appeared first on RichRelevance.
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  • Survey Finds Consumers View Contactless Shopping as Both Cool and Creepy
    A survey of consumer attitudes to emerging technologies has found that the majority of both US and European consumers now believe that using fingerprint scanning to pay for purchases is The post Survey Finds Consumers View Contactless Shopping as Both Cool and Creepy appeared first on RichRelevance.
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  • Study Experience Key to Data Sharing
    When it comes to customers willingly sharing their data, it’s all about the experience. That’s a key takeaway from RichRelevance’s new Creepy or Cool survey. As with year’s past, consumers The post Study Experience Key to Data Sharing appeared first on RichRelevance.
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  • Creepy or Cool? US Shoppers lag behind Europeans when it comes to technology
    RichRelevance, a specialist in omnichannel personalisation for retailers, has released it third annual ‘Creepy or Cool’ study, revealing consumer attitudes towards digitally enhanced shopping experiences. Read More  The post Creepy or Cool? US Shoppers lag behind Europeans when it comes to technology appeared first on RichRelevance.
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  • Customers take our data and money just improve the experience
    Customers are crying out for better service experiences – and new research demonstrates that not only are they willing to share more personal data to support improvements, but they will The post Customers take our data and money just improve the experience appeared first on RichRelevance.
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  • Consumers rank ‘cool’ vs. ‘creepy’ technologies
    Facial recognition technology that identifies a shopper as a loyal customer and relays their preferences to the in-store salesperson ranked as one of the top “creepy” technologies among consumers in The post Consumers rank ‘cool’ vs. ‘creepy’ technologies appeared first on RichRelevance.
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