Bond introduces a platform for personalization and a retailer growth function

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Bond, a customer experience company, has announced a combination of new technology and services capabilities to expand its commitment to supporting true personalization.

The company said that the new tool, Synapze XI personalization intelligence platform integrates with well-known platforms to help retailers develop stronger, more relevant connections with their customers.

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The customer experience platform has also announced new clients for its agency services and solutions that are aimed at promoting engagement, activation, and loyalty through tailored interactions throughout the entire customer journey.

Read More: Bond launches personalization platform & retailer growth features

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