March 2019

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March 2019

Loblaw has led the Canadian grocery market for over a century, and continues to endure relentless competition. To keep its edge, the grocer is in the midst of a transformational journey with artificial intelligence (AI) as a key enabler.

Reinventing retail is an obligation to the consumer, an essential commitment that is critical in a dynamic, fast-moving and fiercely competitive marketplace.

Retailers not only struggle to manage the workforce in a tight labor market, but with shockingly low labor forecast accuracy.

Retailers today are faced with a plethora of evolving technologies to solve order management and fulfillment challenges, but never fear, RIS uncovers what you need to know now about the latest technologies.

Computer vision plays an important role across retail today, and will play an even more pivotal role tomorrow. Check out these four key ways computer vision technology is being leveraged to give smart retailers an edge.

A tight labor market multiplies workforce management issues, which is bad enough, but even worse is struggling with shockingly inadequate labor forecast accuracy.

Reinventing retail is not an option. It is an obligation to the consumer. These takeaways from the 2019 RIS Retail Technology Study will help you chart a strategic course.

Eye-popping analytics technology helps the department store chain optimize apparel in stores.

Shopping is now the convergence of the digital and physical worlds and that requires a new customer engagement model.