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A collection of articles, white papers, guides and other content related to emerging strategies, best practices, and leading tools and technology providers for building voice-enabled marketing and commerce capabilities.

AR-Infused Francesco Rinaldi Jars Have Something to Say 

The pasta sauce brand's Mrs. Rinaldi icon will speak to shoppers right from packaging through an augmented reality app.

Users now can give their printers voice commands through an Alexa "skill" aligned with the Epson Connect smart home service. 

The deal brings additional AI, social listening and outbound messaging management to LivePerson's conversational commerce platform.

The Haier division is simplifying its smart home services through a direct connection to Google Home.

The seasonal campaign also features snack packaging with talk bubbles that let parents write notes of love and encouragement to the kids.

How do you confront a consumer-driven world? By re-evaluating every sales and marketing practice in your organization.

Voice commerce isn't going to replace screens any time soon, but it may redefine e-commerce as we know it. Here's how brands can prepare.

Something to Talk About: Marketers are scrambling to 'articulate' strategies for conversational commerce

Future success in consumer goods will depend on how enterprises can adapt to change and embrace new technologies that improve business models, processes and customer experiences. 

Attendees of CGSM 2018 were able to test drive a variety of cutting-edge digital tools, like this voice commerce platform from Vocool.

Toshiba TV

Best Buy will soon begin exclusively selling Toshiba TVs featuring built-in Amazon Fire and Alexa-activated remote controls.

The pet products company has integrated its "Serve Smart Feeder" with Amazon’s button-based replenishment service to let consumers automatically reorder dog food.

Voice commerce may prove easier for consumers to adopt because it brings together two things with which they're already pretty familiar: digital shopping, and talking. Here's how consumer goods companies can prepare.

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