Date: Wednesday, July 24 at 2 PM EDT
Industry data and case studies from market leaders reveal an enormous opportunity for retailers to improve topline and bottom line results if they take the right steps to capture the huge amount of lost sales they miss every day.
The fourth annual RIS-Progressive Grocer Tech Trends Study uncovers a second wave of innovation sweeping through grocery retailing. The first wave was about catching up to digital retailers and omnichannel shoppers.
The off-price retailer has implemented a cutting-edge, cloud-based omnichannel suite to consolidate its planning and forecasting capabilities. Learn more about the implementation and the SaaS solution’s unique capabilities.
The grocer is going live with its second digital headquarters in Texas as it looks to scale its digital firepower. Learn about the unique 81,000 square-foot office and what the commitment means for H-E-B as it looks to compile its next-generation of technology innovators.
Rite Aid has bolstered its ability to offer consistent, compelling and continuous customer experiences across all touchpoints. Learn how and what this new capability means for the company and its consumers.
Retail’s future would not be possible without innovative leaders willing to work hard to steer the industry forward. See which industry stalwarts were chosen for RIS’ annual look at retail’s most influential.
Fear of falling behind omnichannel shoppers is driving grocers to deploy new technology at a furious pace. This tipping point is analyzed in depth in the recently released "2019 Grocery Tech Trends Study."
Radial surveyed 3,000 consumers in the U.S., the U.K. and Canada to better understand challenges relating to e-commerce order fulfillment and delivery. Download this exclusive eBook and discover the fulfillment trends and expectations shaping consumer satisfaction now.
Every couple of months a new term is introduced that takes the industry by storm only to disappear as quickly as it appeared. See what jargon joined the ranks of omnichannel, unified commerce and digital transformation as retail’s buzziest.
With so much riding on effective inventory management it is surprising that many retailers struggle to master their supply networks, which are key to achieving financial goals and customer satisfaction.
President Lauren Hobart points to ongoing investment in both the in-store and digital experience as the key to the retailer’s competitive advantage. Hear Dick’s latest success metrics and its plans for continued physical and digital advancement.
The store of tomorrow is a full-service, connected hub; integrating web, social networks, and the supply chain. To stay competitive, retailers need to be equipped with intelligent and scalable technology to offer their customers a seamless shopping experience.
Mobile technology is the link that delivers real-time, user-friendly and unified information across every retail organization. With the right mobile solutions in place, retailers can provide the personalized experience today's shoppers desire while improving organizational efficiencies.
Internet of Things technologies brings real-time visibility to the supply chain. With a sensor-based digital supply chain, businesses can transform how they manage products and shipments across channels. To do so, companies need the right strategy.