NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Sep 25, 2014) - Amplience, the leading provider of rich media production technology for ecommerce, will be exhibiting its portfolio of digital retail solutions and offering product demos at the Summit in Seattle, WA from September 29-October 1, 2014. During the show, executives will address issues pertaining to omnichannel customer experience management and the related roles of rich media and responsive design solutions.

Advancements in digital retail technology have revolutionized online, mobile and in-store shopping experiences, and retailers like Sweaty Betty, Sleepy's, Labelux and numerous others have already seen the benefits of these solutions in improved customer experience, loyalty and revenue. Join Amplience executives at booth number 2030 on the floor to learn more about the power of personalized and dynamic online content and how rich media experiences can drive omnichannel revenue growth for retailers.

What: Amplience product demonstrations and discussions
Where: Booth 2030, Summit, Seattle, WA
When: Monday September 29-Wednesday October 30, 2014

Be sure to follow all the news from the show on Twitter at @Amplience and join in the conversation using the #shoporg14 hashtag.

About Amplience

The Amplience Media Platform is a next-generation ecommerce platform optimized for today's visual, mobile and social web. The platform's powerful content authoring tools connect marketers and merchandisers with channels, publishers and customers to create a seamless workflow for product, promotional and visual social media production. This integrated approach reduces content production costs by up to 90% and eliminates inefficient content silos.

Leading brands like Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, John Varvatos, Marks and Spencer International, Labelux Group (Jimmy Choo, Bally, Zagliani), House of Fraser and Charlotte Olympia produce their digital media using the Amplience solution.

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