LYONSCG’s Top Hits of 2015
2015 has been a great year for LYONSCG with a lot of news and information to share. Thanks to all who have read and promoted our content. In case you missed some of them, here is a list of our top posts from the past year.
We posted this back in May. Which ones did you see this year? And don’t forget to keep these best practices in mind even going into 2016!
CIO Brian Wolfe shares his insight from hybris’ Global Customer Days and Partner Summit in Munich. His top observations included the importance of implementing omni-channel initiatives, using data to create a single view of the customer, and the introduction of hybris Cloud Commerce and YaaS.
35% of clicks from abandonment emails lead to a purchase back on site. Technical Architect, Blake Bauman, explains how you can take advantage of these emails with Magento’s Automated Reminder Rules.
Technical Lead, Robert Ward, shares his favorite tools to keep constantly evolving code and data organized during a Demandware implementation.
Check out this description of how LYONSCG applies best practices for data replication during Demandware implementations.
No doubt, one of the highlights of 2015 for us was winning the inaugural Delivery Partner of the Year award during Demandware XChange in April.
If you aren’t already convinced about the value in social media for your eCommerce business, this post by Sarah Griffis and Jess Jenkins from our Digital Marketing and Digital Strategy team will show you how to connect with users in engaging ways on social media and why you should reexamine attribution modeling for social conversions.
A recap of our presentation at Magento Imagine Commerce 2015 with our client, Blu Dot. Check it out to learn more about how Blu Dot managed to deliver an easier path to purchase for their customers by implementing a POS solution on the Magento platform.
If you’re a developer, you know that styling select boxes can be difficult, especially across different browsers. Applications Engineer, Mike McRoy, shares his approach to styling select boxes with CSS to make your job a little easier and more efficient.
Can you relate?
Happy New Year to all our readers! We look forward to sharing more valuable content with you in 2016 and beyond!