Even though the word "clienteling" isn't in our dictionary and continues to show up in industry headlines, clienteling is more than a buzz phrase.
A common definition of clienteling is the process of building long-term customer relationships through personalization using data about their shopping behaviors, preferences, and past purchases.
Customers want seamless retail shopping experiences no matter where they interact with your business, whether it’s an online purchase, in-store return, or through your mobile app – and they expect you to deliver in ways you may not have thought of.
One of the first sales lessons learned is that the cost of retaining an existing customer is far less than the cost to acquire new customers. Some experts estimate it costs five times as much to acquire a new customer than it does to retain a happy, loyal customer.
Clienteling is more than a trend or an industry buzz word. It's a real technique that uses data, technology, and old-fashion customer service tactics to build relationships and ensure long-term customer relationships.
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With the Clienteling App, the store assistant can access relevant information about what the customer actually likes and wants, and is able to provide a unique in-store experience and up-sell or cross-sell by recommending relevant products and services.
It’s a competitive world out there, and it’s vital for companies to deploy technology solutions rapidly in today’s fast-paced business environment. Consolidating all consumer data across channels is the ultimate goal to strive for in achieving unified commerce success.