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hop Direct Group, the leading UK multichannel retailer, recently won a European retail technology

award (reta) for its use of data warehousing technology to analyse and target customer groups. By integrating near-real time user data from various sales channels into a Teradata data warehouse, the fashion retailer and owner of brands such as, and isme. com, won in the reta Best Enterprise Solution category for the rapid insight the project has delivered into its customers and their preferences. 

manager, and Joanne powell, senior project manager for Shop Direct Group, were present at the ceremony to accept the award at the reta 2013 ceremony, held in Düsseldorf last month. after implementing a new Teradata

Data Warehouse appliance, the retailer now loads near-real time individual- level browsing data delivered through

celebrus Technologies into the data warehouse platform to integrate different sales channels. Shop Direct now gains a full

understanding of every website visitor’s journey with access to granular data on every customer interaction, which enables improved customer service and more effective shopper engagement. it   analysts within the business. in addition, time-critical data loaded in near-real time helps facilitate more accurate decision- making throughout the enterprise. payback of the initial investment

for the project, which was originally expected to occur in 11 months, was achieved ahead of plan. The system also helped to increase incremental sales per customer email sent by 28%, while also reducing business costs by hundreds of thousands, by identifying highly online-focused customers and removing their catalogue support.


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Ehi retail institute, during technology show EurociS from 19-21 February 2013, the sixth annual reta awards sponsored by iBM and Toshiba were given to three equal winners in three categories: Best customer Experience, Best instore Solution and Best Enterprise Solution. read all about the winning iT

projects at reta awards: Real-time data goes mobile, retailTechnology., 22 February 2013 (http://www.


Best Customer Experience:   Services

 Best Instore Solution    Best Enterprise Solution   

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