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E-commerce retailer Wayfair captures and stores four terabytes of data every day, tracking approximately 40 billion customer actions on its website over the course of a year. Uncover how the company's data science team utilizes this mountain of data to enhance the customer experience.

The apparel retailer's new unified commerce and data analytics initiatives will provide rue21 with a customer-centric view of its business that will allow it to better serve shoppers. Learn the details.

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

Download RIS/CGT's first annual Retail and Consumer Goods Analytics Study and learn from the industry leaders and benchmark your organization's analytics maturity against their success.

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.

When Whole Foods Market put together a plan to replace 80% to 90% of the company's technology systems, the grocer grouped its strategy into three major platforms. Uncover what they are, how they work, and all the new tech the company is employing.

Retailers use units per transaction (UPT) — the average number of items purchased on a single visit to the store — as a key performance indicator. Find out three ways retailers can use data tracking to boost their customer's basket size every visit.

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.

In this digital age, consumers are exposed to clienteling when on a retailer’s e-commerce site. Here are five ways to conquer clienteling in a unified commerce world.

Brick-and-mortar retail is all about serving the customer in a physical space. Explore how both of these elements — the customer experience and the space itself — will soon be transformed by the Internet of Things.

It’s time for retailers to reevaluate the analytics behind KVIs. 

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