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  • Shop.org Summit 2016 | DALLAS TRAVELERS GUIDE: A Big Ball of Fun, Literally!

    Posted by kristenlisa at 9:00 am in What’s New at Edgecase
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    Reunion Tower is one of the most recognizable places in Dallas. Located in the Reunion district of downtown, the 561 ft. tower is part of the Hyatt Regency and is considered the 15th tallest building Dallas! As locals say, “The Ball” has three floors with floor plans in the shape of a circle. Built in […]

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  • Shop.org Summit 2016 | DALLAS TRAVELERS GUIDE: Remembering John F. Kennedy

    Posted by kristenlisa at 9:00 am in What’s New at Edgecase
    The John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza, closed for the day of the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination, is pictured in Dallas, Texas November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Stone (UNITED STATES  - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)   ORG XMIT: DAL103

    On November 23, 1963 and the days that followed the nation mourned the untimely loss of the 35th President of the United States. This tragic moment in our history remains a significant event for many.  Thanks to monuments like the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza, every year more than 385,000 people are able to take […]

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  • Shop.org Summit 2016 | DALLAS TRAVELERS GUIDE: Let Loose and Rock On!

    Posted by kristenlisa at 8:42 am in What’s New at Edgecase
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    Event season is busy, even busier when you’re on the road with little time to enjoy the places you visit.  In this blog series we highlight some of Dallas’ most interesting places and the best part? You can do everything in 90-minutes or less! Read on for more on our favorite place for epic dessert, […]

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  • The Business Case for Better Data: Product Data Intelligence to Enable Better Decision Making

    In the final installment of our “Business Case for Better Data” blog series we’ll talk a little more about translating data into actionable insights. It seems pretty simple given all the data retailers have access to, but it’s not an easy task to tackle unless you’ve got the right magic to solve the complex data […]

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  • The Business Case for Better Data: Unlocking New and Innovative Merchandising Strategies

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    Today’s installment of the “Business Case for Better Data” is all about the merchandiser. Let’s be honest, the number of hats they could wear in a day is nothing short of impressive. From data analyst to user experience extraordinaire, merchandisers are constantly shifting gears to make sure they are keeping up today’s ever-evolving shopper.  At […]

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  • The Business Case for Better Data: Powering E-commerce Engines

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    Here’s a truth you’ve probably heard before: ecommerce growth has hit a wall. Costs are up, processes to manage data attribution are manual and labor-intensive, and the metrics that matter are generally stagnant. Retailers spend a lot on innovative tools to create a great user experience. Onsite search, filtered navigation, product recommendation and personalization engines […]

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