As businesses seek to modernize their supply chains, they should start their transformation by establishing an end-to-end digital vision that taps into emerging technologies like automation, machine learning and advanced modeling.
How can CGs and retailers move the needle of their own business? Hear tried-and-true tactics for optimizing the consumer experience with evolving tech that allows brands to provide the best service for end-consumers, distributors and everyone in between — all while supporting rapid expansion.
Retail brands must revamp their personalization strategies and with a compelling alternative to third-party cookies so they can meet the needs of their customers who have come to expect individualized shopping experiences without compromising their data privacy.
RIS and CGT’s annual Retail and Consumer Good Analytics Study benchmarks the two industries’ analytic maturity and highlights the big bets being made on next-gen technology to ensure organizations keep pace with the business leaders. Find out where your company ranks among the industry’s best.
Walmart is exploring how artificial intelligence can contribute to the store experience in a real-world shopping environment. Take a video and photo tour of the mega retailer's new Intelligent Retail Lab (IRL) inside a Walmart Neighborhood Market grocery store.
In this exclusive interview, Rent the Runway CTO Josh Builder explains how the retailer leverages an in-house tech suite to give the company control of the customer experience and how it plans to continue its meteoric success.
Experienced and innovative IT professionals are always in-demand, but the employment landscape continues to shift and tech workers must be prepared to adjust their career focus to meet changing employer needs. See which 10 retail tech positions will be hottest over the next 12 months.
Nielsen will be the sole provider of data of the mega retailer's “Walmart One Version of Truth” program, while Jet.com will become a co-operator in Nielsen's e-commerce measurement service. Learn what this expanded relationship means for manufacturers, vendors and business partners alike.
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.