As television sets compete with tablets and linear viewing is partially replaced by online programming, players in the video content value chain will need to rethink their revenue strategies.
At the BRITE '14 conference, McKinsey's Liz Harrison spoke about the metrics that actually make sense of the data.
As consumers turn increasingly to digital to shop, retailers can use a host of tools to exert greater influence at each step along the consumer’s decision journey.
To capture the full value potential, companies must be able to deliver consistently across time and channels.
Leading retailers know how to strike the right balance between physical and digital, experience and affordability, and convenience and quality.
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