In an attempt to offer users a more personalised shopping experience, eBay has revealed a new e-commerce site, complete with daily deals and flash sales offerings.
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The following infographic provides a glimpse into the realm of Big Data, including what value it presents to retailers and what percentage of retailers are ready to harness its potential.
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