Salsify and Snap36 Partnership Creates Seamless Experience for Image Upload and Management to Help Brands Win on the Digital Shelf

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, Salsify found that customers desire an average of six images per item and a minimum of 2 videos.”Image-rich item pages are not optional for brands that desire to win on the digital rack– they are obligatory,” said Rob Gonzalez, co-founder and CMO, Salsify.”Our clients have actually seen 360-degree material enhance online conversions by nearly 50%, so it’s no marvel Walmart is leading retailers in advocating for more spin images on its website,” stated Jeff Hunt, CEO, Snap36. Salsify’s item experience management (PXM) platform empowers brand makers to accelerate digital growth by providing the item experiences customers demand anywhere they pick to shop online. The world’s biggest brands, including Coca-Cola, Bosch, GSK, Rawlings, and Fruit of the Loom usage Salsify every day to stand out on the digital rack.

, Salsify found that consumers want an average of six images per product and a minimum of 2 videos.”Image-rich product pages are not optional for brand names that want to win on the digital shelf– they are compulsory,” said Rob Gonzalez, co-founder and CMO, Salsify. Salsify’s product experience management (PXM) platform empowers brand name makers to accelerate digital development by providing the item experiences customers require anywhere they choose to go shopping online.

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