Data analytics, artificial intelligence, automation, and voice commerce are shaping the store of the future. Yet these next-gen retail experiences aren’t possible without a powerful network keeping you connected to the cloud.
The Home Depot has made a huge move to use AI to battle shrink. RIS talks with the retailer’s VP of Asset Protection, Scott Glenn, to uncover how a home improvement retailer will utilize this next-gen retail tech.
RIS’ annual look at fastest-rising retail executives features game-changing power players from across retail verticals. Every member of the list has one thing in common ― they are boldly breaking the mold on what retail can be and setting the pace for success in the face rapidly evolving technology.
Artificial intelligence used to seem like a lofty concept, but in reality, AI is more accessible to retailers than ever before. If AI is the way of the future, why is doubt holding executives back from implementing it?
Instead of fighting for their lives, retail leaders are looking for ways to continue driving growth by improving customer experience and loyalty; and many are turning to artificial intelligence and voice technology to accomplish this.
The future of artificial intelligence is bright with promise and fuzzy with hype. Cutting through the buzz, one thing is certain – AI will drive a stake through the heart of time-consuming, linear merchandising processes and managing by averages.
In order to meet constantly shifting consumer demand and ensure product is where it needs to be, when it needs to be there savvy retailers are turning to AI to power their next-gen supply chains. See what the industry leaders are doing how you can do the same.
Every once in a while, a unique technology application causes a paradigm shift in an entire industry. Take GPS trackers and sensors, which made our commutes more efficient, or cloud technology which changed the very idea of data storage.
For brick and mortar to thrive, stores need to offer a personalized customer experience that fosters loyalty between the shopper and the retailer. But how do you solve this seemingly simple, but extremely complex challenge.
The new solution set improves forecasting, planning, and replenishment and ushers in a new-era of inventory accuracy for the massive international retailer. Learn all about the merchandising suite’s next-gen capabilities.
Walmart has been implementing computer vision technology in new ways, including one use at the checkout for the last two years. Find out how the retailer is benefiting from this cutting-edge technology.
After cutting through hype about the role of artificial intelligence in retailing one thing is certain – it will drive a stake through the heart of linear merchandising processes and managing by averages.
Although online sales will have a huge impact on the retail market, the customer’s experience in store is equally as important, as many customers will research online as the first step and then visit the store to complete their consumer journey.
Efficiency and personalization reign supreme as the digital transformation rolls on. Dive into the eight trends and technologies reshaping shopper habits every day and learn how you can stay ahead of the curve and capture fickle consumers.