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Nike Expects Digital to Account for Half of Sales 'in the Foreseeable Future'

Nike is shifting its operating model to fuel an acceleration in its consumer direct strategy, but that doesn’t mean it’s pulling back from physical stores. Find out why and what tech Nike is investing in to support digital growth.

Retail and Consumer Good Analytics Study 2020

Retail and Consumer Good Analytics Study 2020

RIS and CGT uncover the analytic shifts happening in retail and consumer goods today and benchmark the industry’s analytic maturity in this interactive and exclusive report.

RIS examines the technologies and strategies needed to take your pricing capabilities to the next level as retail powers full steam into pandemic recovery.

RIS’ annual look at retail’s top power players and the percentage of the massive retail market they control.

The parent company to Food City, AJ's Fine Foods, Eddie's Country Store, and Bashas' and Bashas' Diné grocers is leveraging artificial intelligence to better support its merchandising and marketing needs during the health crisis.

RIS sister publication Progressive Grocer’s “2020 Top Women in Grocery” once again rounds up a community of extraordinary women. While all of these women make the grocery industry what it is, RIS breaks out 10 Top Women in Grocery Technology from the list.

Grocey chain Smart & Final is rolling out an AI-driven analytics platform after a successful pilot program. Find out more.

Amazon’s latest tech innovation provides real-time social distancing feedback, and it plans to open source the technology. Learn more.

Carrefour and Google have launched a new voice-based grocery shopping experience, via Google Assistant. Uncover how the service works and aims to simplify and personalize the grocery shopping experience in France.

Lululemon Athletica posted solid digital sales, but the boost in online activity wasn’t enough to save it from a 17% sales dip, as temporary store closures due to the COVID-10 pandemic took place. Learn how intelligent sourcing capabilities and virtual engagement is helping the retailer to capture online sales, a trend it hopes will continue post-pandemic.

Beauty retailers Sephora and Ulta have made a living through services and letting consumers’ try-before-they-buy. As they reopen amid COVID-19, RIS looks at two tech areas they are using to respond to altered shopping behaviors.

Grocers have found innovative ways to continue to serve customers while complying with federal and state safety mandates, but on-the-fly efforts can only get grocers so far. Hear from a panel of experts as they discuss the critical technology grocers should invest in to thrive in this challenging and evolving environment.

Best Buy has deployed an AI-infused platform to accelerate its rebate and promotional contracting with key partners to drive efficiency and reduce risk across the organization. Get the details.

Microsoft and SAS are teaming as part of a shared mission to strategically democratize artificial intelligence and analytics.

Learn how home furnishing company Room & Board was able to use its content library and data in an environment that has set it up for scalable personalization success, increasing online conversion rates by 80% when visitors engaged with personalized content.

REGISTER NOW! Date: July 16, 2020 at 11:00 AM EDT The ability for retailers and CPG companies to accurately forecast short-term consumer demand and ensure products are available to consumers when they need them most has been thrust to the forefront with the onset of the worldwide health crisi

RIS’ fourth annual “Influentials: Top Movers and Shakers in Retail” honors the remarkable leaders of 2020, developing cutting-edge technology and shaping the future of the industry. Here RIS uncovers the keys to their success and the technological innovations they have helped bring to the market.

Nielsen is now offering a suite of solutions using gaming technologies to help retailers transform their in-store operations.

Tech Investment Post COVID-19 explores where retailers may begin to invest once the crisis is behind us and everyone has had a chance to breath.

Walmart provided more details on its new Express two-hour delivery service, piloted last month and on its way to nearly 2,000 stores.

Lowe's is launching a free, augmented video chat service to help Pros manage jobs, without being on the job. Learn how video, computer vision and AR combine to help professionals evaluate repair and maintenance projects.

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