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The discount retailer is investing in its demand forecasting and replenishment capabilities, expected to provide increased visibility into the supply chain as it builds out its fleet of discount stores.
Sephora is throwing down in the fulfillment wars.
Walmart has nabbed its first customer for its GoLocal delivery service, and it’s a big one.
The CGT/RIS Executive Council member shares what’s key for today’s brands when it comes developing a data strategy, the future of social commerce, the potential of blockchain and more.
Gap Inc. is beefing up its artificial intelligence and machine learning ambitions with a new acquisition.
Hispanic supermarket chain Northgate Market has launched online ordering and curbside pickup capabilities to better meet the shifting needs of today’s consumers.
The retailer is offering U.S. Prime members the ability to send items to people even when they don’t have their address.
The future of grocery not just data-centric but also video-centric, with some gamification thrown in for good measure.
Ongoing supply chain issues took a worse-than-expected toll on Nike during its fiscal first quarter; however, the company remains optimistic about its membership strategy, which is now increasingly leveraging data and analytics for more personalized
The system, which enables batch picking of multiple orders at once, is designed so it can be scaled down to a small backroom micro-fulfillment center or scaled up for use in a dark store or even mass distribution center.
DoorDash has developed an alcohol catalogue with 30,000 SKUs available from thousands of retailers and restaurants, whether through to-go pickup or delivery.
As consumer behavior shifts with each COVID wave, Kroger is seeing its digital efforts pay off as the grocer retains shoppers within its ecosystem.
Boosting Supply Chain Challenges Through Advanced Technologies: Up Close with Zebra Technologies' Guy Yehiav
We checked in with Guy Yehiav, general manager of Zebra Analytics and a member of the CGT/RIS Executive Council, to get his perspective on the promise of AI in retail and consumer goods, as well as some of the ways companies are leveraging prescripti
Albertsons will pilot DoorDash’s new DoubleDash service, which enables consumers to tack on an order from a local restaurant and retailer to their Albertsons orders, with no added delivery fees or new order minimums.
Intended to streamline pharmacy operations and grow veterinary clinic revenue, the Practice Hub platform aims to provide an e-commerce solution for vets and their clients.
Fleet Feet is tapping into a new market (yes, pun intended) with Athletic Brewing Company, a brewer of non-alcoholic beer.
Gap Inc. is expanding its fulfillment capabilities as it preps for the holiday season.
PepsiCo is launching its Pepviz insights framework to retailers, seeking data-sharing partners to develop the technology into customized solutions.