Nordstrom acquires retail technology company, MessageYes
“The retail environment is changing faster than ever, but the value of service, speed, convenience and newness remain constant,” said Brian Gill, technology senior vice president at Nordstrom. “To continue to be successful into the future, we need to invest in technologies that will enable us to deliver on those qualities and better serve customers in a digitally-connected world.”
“MessageYes marks a meaningful addition to our existing depth of talent and experience in engineering, data science and machine learning – all skills that are essential to our future growth,” said Gill. “We share the same vision for the future of retail, and their team will accelerate our efforts to deliver a meaningful, personalized experience for our customers.”
“Personalized shopping has long been our focus, and it’s something that’s been core to Nordstrom since they were founded back in 1901,” said Dave Cotter, founder and CEO of MessageYes. “Nordstrom has succeeded in building emotional relationships with their customers – creating connections that go well beyond a transaction. When we started MessageYes, that’s exactly what we wanted to do. Joining Nordstrom enables us to take a lot of our concepts and integrate them across all of the channels Nordstrom uses to serve customers.”
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