Webinar: Calculating ROI with Innovative eCommerce Platforms: MongoDB Success Stories
Wednesday June 11th 7:00am PDT / 10:00am EDT / 3:00pm BST
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Retailers are faced with the need to continually innovate to meet the demands of the digital consumer. Leading companies are continuing to reinvent their ecommerce capabilities to deliver real-time personalized service. As part of Omni-Channel Webinar series, learn not only the challenges overcome but the actual calculated benefits achieved by a variety of retailers which selected MongoDB as their platform of choice. Specifically, in this webinar, we will share these customer examples and more:
- Under Armour built an e-commerce platform that within weeks of launch was handling millions of dollars a day in sales -- in time for the holiday season
- Otto, the world’s largest mail order company, streamlined its ecommerce platform to provide a superior online experience.
- Rangespan leveraged MongoDB to create a comprehensive multi-supplier catalogue
We’ll conclude with options on how you can work with MongoDB to reinvent your ecommerce platform through the Path to Proof program, where you can get expert guidance on your next application.
Rebecca Bucnis: About the speaker
Rebecca Bucnis, Global Business Architect for Mongo DB based in Amsterdam, is responsible for business portfolio development, focused on using game-changing capabilities of MongoDB to meet the complex requirements of modern commerce. In this strategic role, Rebecca advises senior stakeholders on how to design, drive and facilitate enterprise transformation initiatives. Driving innovative offerings, she focuses on the use and availability of data to drive consumer engagement to monetize evolving business models. She derives her expertise from over 15 years of consulting, leading teams and direct employment with global retail, travel and hospitality companies, with living and working experience in Americas, Europe and Asia.