Walmart’s expansion shows no signs of slowing. The retailer is offering a slew of enticing, limited-time benefits to new sellers on their third-party digital marketplace, and will also open 30 new Sam's Club locations in the next few years.
We talk with Rob Mills, Tractor Supply EVP, chief technology, digital commerce, and strategy officer, about how they’re using things like wayfinding, mobile apps, and artificial intelligence to improve the consumer experience.
Walmart is in the midst of a major overhaul, looking to transform its business from top to bottom. While many recent improvements have targeted the digital shopping space, the company has also been heavily investing in its infrastructure, logistics, and supply chain.
The brand has launched several initiatives focusing on data to increase targeted personalization, get products to consumers faster (without sacrificing freshness), and grow its retail media business with improved insights.
Walgreens has expanded their offerings to include same day delivery 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Customers at select stores will be able to receive orders in as a little as an hour, the retailer says.