Dell Premier 3.0 — Quick Shop Scenario
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    PROJECT DATE: 2010 AGENCY: RAZORFISH The Assignment: To create a compelling, relevant, and highly competitive digital experience for Dell’s rela… Read More
    PROJECT DATE: 2010 AGENCY: RAZORFISH The Assignment: To create a compelling, relevant, and highly competitive digital experience for Dell’s relationship customers. Hand the Customer the Keys: Darren owns and manages his Premier experience. He’s customized which configs show up in his dashbar and has set up quick defaults for shipping and payment info. Right place + right stuff + right time: Dell always keeps Darren’s top standard configs at his fingertips and makes it easy for him to add them and check from one page. The upsells are presented in context, based on past purchases, and in a form that seem helpful, not sales-y. Have mutually profitable conversations: Darren can include notes or ask questions of his My Dell Team at any point. Put the premium back in Premier: Throughout, the dashbar and Premier elements are shown in ways intended to give Darren a sense that his experience is ‘custom’ and ‘powerful’. Read Less
Use Case Scenario:
PERSONA: Darren, a buyer for the English department of a large university, needs to quickly purchase two of his standard configs. He also ends up adding a smart upsell. Darren gets in and out as quickly as possible.
Darren uses Premier daily to place and manage orders for hisorganization, and he signs in each morning.
Based on a cookie, we know that Darren is a Premier customer, so the P-bar (personalization) located in the top right area of your browser displays special Premier branding, and the new 'Dashbar' appears at the bottom of the browser chrome.
Because the Quick Shop feature requires full authentication, Darren is asked to log in. He chooses to
authenticate using facial recognition.
I love adding in some near future technology like this since I do believe that your computer should know who you are, just like you know who your co-worker is... just by looking at them.
Today Darren has been asked to order some new systems from his department’s pre-built Premier account list. He clicks Standard Configs on the Premier Dashbar, then selects one of the bundles he needs. 

The Dashbar Standard Configsmodule can be customized to show favorites, most frequently purchased, or product categories. Users can also opt to open a full Standard Configs page in lieu of the module.
The Dashbar module updates to show basic information on the selected product and Add to Cart functionality. Darren clicks Add to Cart,then returns to his list of Top Standard Configs

The new Premier allowsusers to compare their contract pricing to standard retail pricing.
Darren’s Premier Cart opens to show what has been added from the P-bar located in the top right of the browser chrome. Darren is able to addmultiple items to his cart without ever leaving the page he was browsing.
Darren goes back to his list of Top Standard Configurations to select another system to purchase. He selects the next bundle tobe ordered and adds two to his Premier Cart
Modules in the dashbar behave similarly to their smartphone equivalents starting from a spoke and hub model.
Darren is ready to check out, so he reviews his order.
In the checkout path, Darren updates his order with optional add-ons…
Upsells are presented in context of each item in the cart, and doesn’t get in the way of a quick checkout—important for a frequent buyer like Darren who generally knows what he wants.
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