Reinventing Retail with Silicon Valley Culture and Technologies: Ecommerce Gets Smarter
As consumers get smarter in their online purchases, comparing prices, utilizing mobile devices and researching reviews and crowdsourced ratings, retailers on the web have risen to the challenge. A new generation of ecommerce technology is delivering a more customer-centric experience to consumers.
In this panel, two industry leaders in this transformation will discuss how retail is reinventing itself with big data, new analytical systems and out-of-the-box thinking. how to mine big data to optimize the performance of ecommerce systems.
IBM Smarter Commerce’s former Chief Strategy Officer John Squire—recently named president of eCommera Inc.’s U.S. operations, manages a product that supports more than 80 sites across 27 countries.
Walmart Global e-Commerce CTO Jeremy King oversees Walmart’s dramatic transformation into a global online force from Walmart Labs’ Mountain View office. He’s looking forward to participating in the session. “We have a great story here,” he says.
SVP and CTO, @WalmartLabs
Jeremy King is Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Global e-Commerce at Walmart. |
Since joining Walmart in 2011, King has led product, engineering and web ops team members charged with developing Walmart’s global online business as the company moves to the next generation of e-commerce. |
Prior to Walmart, King spent three years at LiveOps as Executive Vice President of Technology. At LiveOps, he guided Fortune 500... Read More →
President, eCommera. Decision Intelligent Commerce
As President, eCommera, Inc., Squire is globally responsible for all aspects of eCommera’s management and operations for DynamicAction, a Decision Intelligent Commerce cloud solution, and for eCommera’s DynamicCommerce business in the US market. Squire brings over 10 years of executive management, SaaS, and Digital Analytics experience to the eCommera team. Prior to eCommera, Squire was featured regularly as the Chief Strategy Officer of... Read More →
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