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Published By: Instartlogic     Published Date: May 08, 2014
Learn how you can boost conversions and deliver high definition experiences with a new approach to web performance.
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higher conversions, web performance, ecommerce, mobile phone, tablet computer, superior web experiences, mobile, online retail
    
Instartlogic
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 16, 2014
In 2013, Bon Ton Stores invested in upgrading IT, continuing to update and expand its eCommerce sites, and launching a new mobile site supporting delivery of promotions and online purchasing. A central aspect of this technology upgrade involved the replacement of an x86 server environment, supporting eCommerce with ten IBM® PowerLinux™ 7R2 servers and IBM PowerVM® running IBM WebSphere® Commerce on SUSE Linux operating systems. This case study highlights of some of the key aspects of this significant migration and its results, including how Bon-Ton IT executives support the business and what they prioritize, why they decided to make this move, what performance and capability resulted, and how it affected full data center costs and business resilience.
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stack costs, online purchasing, promotion delivery, mobile retail
    
IBM
Published By: Wyng     Published Date: Jul 02, 2015
SCOUT leveraged Offerpop's commerce functionality to build brand awareness among individual consumers, use user-generated content as a form of product review, and ultimately increase ecommerce site performance. Their #scoutbags campaign has generated thousands of dollars in sales in just four months.
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offerpop, scout, commerce functionality, brand awareness, ecommerce site performance, emerging marketing, business intelligence, market research
    
Wyng
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 16, 2014
In 2013, Bon Ton Stores invested in upgrading IT, continuing to update and expand its eCommerce sites, and launching a new mobile site supporting delivery of promotions and online purchasing. A central aspect of this technology upgrade involved the replacement of an x86 server environment, supporting eCommerce with ten IBM® PowerLinux™ 7R2 servers and IBM PowerVM® running IBM WebSphere® Commerce on SUSE Linux operating systems. This case study highlights of some of the key aspects of this significant migration and its results, including how Bon-Ton IT executives support the business and what they prioritize, why they decided to make this move, what performance and capability resulted, and how it affected full data center costs and business resilience.
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stack costs, online purchasing, promotion delivery, mobile retail
    
IBM
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