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Retailers with the most effective infrastructure to collect, store and analyse data in real-time won’t just be able to ensure their survival, but will also drive future business growth as technology evolves.

Canadian Tire beat sales expectations despite bad weather. Hear how far this next-gen retailer has come in its data analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning progress and find out who has been appointed the new CIO.

Today, no single system is designed to manage the complete lifecycle of the data. To help resolve these challenges, many retailers are now turning to Master Data Management (MDM) software. Find out more.

AI and deep learning provide retailers a means of individualizing each customer interaction at a scale unattainable by more manual solutions – in real time. Learn what this means for retail.

The three technologies are often lumped together, but they are not the same. Learn the differences.

Download RIS/CGT's latest analytics research report and benchmark your organization's analytics maturity against the industry leaders. 

Consumers are changing, do you know enough about Generation Z to keep up with their shopping habits as they become the next big spenders? We talked to the experts to find out how. Target the next wave of shoppers with this list of tech tips

True loyalty today is not based solely on an endless cycle of purchase and reward – it has to be earned by consistency of experience delivered over a prolonged period. Find out how this consistency can be best executed.

New research identifies elements that are critical to retailers’ success in the digital economy, and some of the results are surprising.

President of Harley-Davidson of New York City, Asaf Jacobi, owns three locations and has the rights for Harley Davidson in the New York City area. Find out how Artificial Intelligence platform “Albert” helps leads and sales skyrocket at NYC’s Harley-Davidson franchise.

Twelve months and an economic cycle ago, CEO Bill McDermott of SAP emphasized the importance of “empathy” at the 2016 Sapphire Now user’s conference. But that was then.

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