San Francisco--May 24, 2016
Jetlore, the leading provider of Personalized Content Orchestration for e-commerce, has been selected as a “Cool Vendor” in the “Cool Vendors in Retail, 2016” report by Gartner, Inc. Retail technologies selected for the report have been identified by the leading research firm as innovative, impactful and intriguing.
“We feel that our inclusion in the Cool Vendor report by Gartner boosts our mission to help retail marketers build deep relationships with their customers through engaging and relevant product and marketing content,” said Eldar Sadikov, CEO and Founder of Jetlore. “At Jetlore, we believe that personalization does not end with an individual transaction, but translates into a steady 1-1 content-based dialogue.”
Jetlore’s newest product launch was released earlier this month. As part of this release, Jetlore now supports a variety of marketing content types and provides marketers with the tools to orchestrate it. Jetlore’s technology allows retailers to offer individually relevant experiences that are adapted and fresh for an individual across channels.
“Gartner’s selection of Jetlore as a Cool Vendor comes at a great time as we introduce this major product release,” Sadikov added. “This technology is the first in the market to ignite a dialogue between a retailer and an individual consumer across modern channels at scale. Every time Jetlore displays a product or marketing content, Jetlore listens and learns from a customer’s response and then adapts the next content experience for that individual consumer.”
Top 100 omni-channel retailers and global online retailers including eBay, PayPal, Art.com, One King’s Lane, and Rocket Internet unicorns like Global Fashion Group, Linio, and Home24 are using Jetlore to deliver hundreds of millions of uniquely curated e-commerce experiences per month. Jetlore’s customers realize up to 12 percent in incremental online revenue, tens of millions in monthly incremental physical store sales, a 54 percent increase in customer touch points, and overall CRM program revenue increases of up to 80 percent.