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360pi to Speak at IBM Amplify Conference

Senior Retail Strategist key contributor on omni-channel pricing challenges panel

Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) May 05, 2016

360pi, the leader in price and product intelligence, is pleased to announce the participation of the company’s Senior Retail Strategist, Ms. Joleen Wroten, on a panel at IBM’s annual Amplify conference this May in Tampa, Florida. The session, titled Solving the Domino Effect of Pricing Challenges in an Omni-Channel World, part of Amplify’s eCommerce and Merchandising track, will also feature representatives from Office Depot and RSR Research and is scheduled for Tuesday, May 17th, from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

Ms. Wroten, a retail veteran with over 20 years of industry experience, looks forward to sharing her omni-channel pricing expertise including practical insights on how leading retailers and brands are building effective retail pricing and assortment strategies. Following this panel session, Ms. Wroten will also be leading a session, titled Pricing for the ‘New Normal’ in Retail, taking place from 3:30pm to 4:30pm on the Tuesday.

“We are pleased to have the opportunity to share pricing tips and best practices at this year’s Amplify conference,” said Jim Sourges, VP Business Development for 360pi.

About 360pi

360pi derives profitable insights from product and pricing big data to help leading omnichannel retailers, etailers, and brand manufacturers compete and win with shoppers. 360pi’s customer base accounts for over $US200 billion in annual product sales and includes Ace Hardware,, and, along with several Fortune 500 consumer products companies. With the majority of in-store purchases being influenced online, 360pi helps retailers and brands successfully navigate the multi-channel landscape with real-time insight into who is selling what, where, when, why and for how much. Ultimately, 360pi customers make smarter decisions faster to drive increased revenues and margins across all channels.

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