Godbole shares what it’s been like to not only command Lowe's tech advancements during the pandemic, but also how the company is engaging consumers and navigating today’s supply chain challenges through the use of in-house technology.
As leading retailers continue to expand their services and focus on delivering competitive differentiating experiences to grow their share of the market, digital transformation at the frontline will determine enterprises’ success in today’s evolving market.
Walmart is going big on BYOD (bring your own device). Learn how geofencing clock-in, augmented reality, a voice-activated personal assistant, and a free personal phone to boot will make Walmart employees’ lives easier.
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.
With holiday competition expected to be fierce, the retailer is updating its app, stores and checkout experiences with the hopes of making consumers more comfortable about their ability to retrieve items quickly during the pandemic.
The new handheld computers are live across the retailer’s stores and distribution centers and have helped cut operational costs while simultaneously improving customer satisfaction. Get all the details on the next-gen devices.