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Case Study: UNICEF Generates More Online Sales with Webfoot

Source: Keyora Inc.
In today’s global economy, organizations must strengthen customer relationships to maximize performance. UNICEF needed customer software to support a feature-rich Web store allowing real-time flow of order data. With a new e-commerce solution, UNICEF rerouted more than 30 percent of its sales to self-service, with online orders up by an average of 50 percent. Learn more about how the Web retail system benefits UNICEF.


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