RIS’ fifth annual look at the top women in retail technology salutes the female technologists redefining the industry that touches the lives of millions of consumers. Read about their latest retail technology projects, greatest accomplishments, what they think will impact retail’s future, and more.
Rather than discounting for the sake of discounting, retailers need to be able to identify what is important and valuable to their customers and design marketing strategies that focus on “Promotions of Value.”
When Freshly, the Nestle-owned subscription service focused on delivery healthy prepared meals, wanted to boost its personalization efforts, the company knew it had to get a better grip on its data management.
Online retail sales in the U.S. may have broken new records during Amazon’s Prime Day, while Amazon said the shopping holiday was the biggest two-day period yet for its third party sellers. Learn how retailers can capture booming e-commerce sales.
Global fashion retailer Vivienne Westwood has teamed with customer data platform (CDP) provider Mapp to advance its digital communication strategy while delivering personalized and targeted customer communications.
Known as Duluth Custom Built, the tech walks users through seven steps to choose a made-to-order fit with more than 350 waist and inseam combinations, as well as a choice of slim, standard or relaxed fit.
In a testament to the success of personalized, remote-selling, Neiman Marcus Group plans to acquire Stylyze. Learn how the tech impacts the retail experience and kicks off NMG’s plans to spend over a half-billion dollars over the next three years to support its integrated luxury retail strategy.