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Join the RIS & CGT analytics communities on May 18-20 for a virtual experience that provides retail and consumer goods executives with the unprecedented opportunity to learn from and network with the industry’s leading analytic experts from around the world.

Macy’s said it expects approximately $10 billion in sales from its digital channels by 2023. Uncover what the retailer is investing in this year to support these goals.

Walmart is forging forward with a nearly $14 billion investment enabling it to “build a business model that will define the next generation of retail.” Uncover the mega-retailer's plans and what experts think.

Macy’s hopes the new SVP, enterprise data & analytics, will help the retailer stand up a best-in-class data and analytics center of excellence. Uncover which former BlackLocus executive, an innovative subsidiary within The Home Depot, will take on the challenge.

CVS Health is investing more in its digital capabilities as it tries to make the “seamless connection” across the consumer experience and capture new customers for the long term via vaccine appointments. Learn more.

In the era of AI, retailers are exploring more strategic, channel-specific, and autonomous approaches to pricing and promotions that will drive profitable revenue growth.

Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. has kicked off its first deployment of a three-year technology investment plan. Learn what technology will help the retailer support continued omnichannel growth and deliver new data, insights and planning capabilities.

Men's clothing store Bonobos has suffered a massive data breach exposing millions of customers' personal information. Get the details.

The 2021 RIS Retail Technology Study is the must-read research report that's been benchmarking retail tech trends for more than a quarter century. Help us provide this industry research and be entered to win a $500 Amazon gift card!

GNC is competing in today's crowded e-commerce market by creating a seamless, engaging customer experience across web, mobile and other channels to increase customer loyalty. Learn how.

A top QSR operator has deployed a prescriptive, predictive artificial intelligence platform to gain competitive advantage in the face of the pandemic.

Hershey is monitoring both qualitative signals from consumers and quantitative retail trends, and triangulating the data to serve as a value driver.

The pandemic is exposing an area of opportunity for grocers: investing in advanced behavioral analytics and marketing technology tools. Lack of attention to these important tools can hurt a business's long-term growth and operations.

For those that survive and thrive post 2020, technology will be at the heart of all parts of the business. To stay ahead, retailers need to know the hot trends for 2021. You don’t want to miss industry insider Justin Honaman’s 8th annual look at the top retail tech trends to watch in the New Year.

Catch up on all the great educational content from Analytics Unite 2020.

Walmart's Sanjay Radhakrishnan, VP, Global Tech, reveals how the retailer manages more than 7 million unique Internet of Things (IoT) data points across its U.S. stores. Find out now.

Retail tech provider Trax is teaming with Blue Yonder, a provider of digital supply chain and omnichannel commerce fulfillment solutions, to launch Dynamic Workforce Management.

Today’s pandemic-era retailers require data strategies that can support their rapidly shifting customer engagement needs. Discover how Parkland Stores developed an innovative data and analytics team that is leveraging next-gen tech to drive loyalty and business growth.

Bubble tea retailer Gong Cha has tapped predictive analytics provider SiteZeus to help expand its U.S. presence.

As retailers look to make up for sales and win back customers, it is more important now than ever before to illustrate a true and deep understanding of consumers’ wants and needs to cater to them effectively and ultimately generate revenue and drive customer engagement for the long-term.

The retailer views the program as an important component of its customer service and engagement strategy, driving added value thanks to the data that it brings in. While Walmart will make the program more robust, McMillon noted these changes will be unique based on the company’s own assets and capabilities.

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