Retailers have heavily invested in reimagining a smart store experience. How have nimble sellers equipped their stores with technology amid the health crisis — and how are lackluster retailers keeping up?
Through its Proof digital ecosystem, the alcohol distributor is expanding the way its customers can find new products, in turn increasing exposure for supplier brands and enabling its salesforce to build value-added consultative selling relationships.
With inventory flying in and out of stores and warehouses, retailers need to tap new technologies to manage orders, stock and demand. So how can artificial intelligence (AI) help power the modern retail supply chain? Join this webinar to dive into RIS’ special report “AI's Critical Role in Powering the Retail Supply Chain” and explore why data is a critical component and how technology is reshaping the supply chain from demand to delivery.
As retailers continue to navigate the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, tightly integrated digital and non-digital strategies will enable them to win within a highly competitive market and future-proof their businesses.
Buy-online-pickup-in-store and curbside are 75% of Tractor Supply’s digital sales, which experienced triple-digit percentage growth for the fourth consecutive quarter. Learn how the retailer invested in new technologies and operational components over the last year to get here.
As curbside pickup services become more popular, Walmart is phasing out the vending-style pickup towers that were erected in stores to deliver buy-online-pickup-in-store (BOPIS) orders into customers’ hands.