A collection of news, articles and other featured content about Retail and Consumer Goods Analytics Summit 2015.
Data is just a raw material unless it is converted into something useful.
The need to deliver strong business outcomes from advanced analytic capabilities throughout the demand chain is greater than ever.
Big data insights matter for naught if retailers are unable or unwilling to take action.
As retail becomes more and more dependent on big data analytics the role of the data scientist has been thrust into the spotlight.
Move beyond backward looking reporting and embrace forward-facing, activity-based analytics.
The field of analytics is evolving at breakneck speed and retailers are still working to uncover how to best leverage next-gen data to strengthen the bottom line.
Returning from the widely successful Retail and Consumer Goods Analytics Summit (RCAS), senior editor Timothy Denman shares his insights from the event.
Demand for data scientists is booming and every industry is in on the action.
The never ending stream of social data flowing into retailers' databases has the power to transform the industry, but only if it is properly leveraged.
Retailers view analytics as extremely strategic, but struggle to effectively leverage it across the enterprise.
CGT speaks with Linda Burtch, Executive Recruiter, Burtch Works Executive Recruiting, about data scientists at the 2015 Retail & Consumer Goods Analytics Summit.
RIS News speaks about data refinement and analytics with Dr. Andreas Weigend, Founder and Director, Social Data Lab, at the 2015 Retail & Consumer Goods Analytics Summit.