Instrumented Interconnecteds Intelligent
September, 27th 2011
5:18
 

One of the discussions heard at last week’s Smarter Commerce Summit in San Diego, CA centered on a power shift from sellers to buyers that is redefining the term “commerce.”

Retailers were the first to face the rising power of consumers, but now leaders in every industry are serving the connected customer’s needs at every turn — through dynamic business networks that span human, digital, social and mobile modes.

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Smarter Commerce at Work: "An electronics retailer"

Smarter Commerce at Work: "An Automaker"

Smarter Commerce at Work: "A Bank Lender"

Smarter Commerce at Work: "A communications provider"

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