Tech Transformation, produced jointly by CGT and RIS News, is a podcast series that bridges the retail and consumer goods technology communities through focused conversations with retail and brand executives, thought leaders, and analysts.
Tech Transformation delves into the tech trends and use cases having real impacts on individual companies and the industry at large — providing recommendations to improve business performance.
It highlights the innovative technology strategies retailers and consumer goods companies are executing to meet the needs of their customers and consumers, and explore trends shaping the industries now and into the future.
Tech Transformation was named a 2022 Gold Winner in the Hermes Creative Awards for its episode featuring Wakefern Food Corp. CIO Cheryl Williams.
We dig into some of the biggest consumer behavior changes that are impacting customer service operations today, and learn about some of the technologies that are most important to brands and retailers to meet these new needs.
When the pandemic started, there were a lot of bored kids at home, so what did a lot of bored parents do? They bought them Legos! We dig into how The Lego Group kept its tech teams flexible and aligned during a period of massive disruption.
We chat with Ash Mehra, most recently CDIO of Packable, and also previously CDIO of North America at Mondelez International, about advancing digital transformation and preparing for future consumer needs.
When you’re one of the largest CPGs in the world, understanding consumers has become more important than ever. For The Kellogg Company, this means leaning into such technologies as AI and machine learning, and connecting the dots between their data across all channels.
Tech Transformation has won a gold Hermes Creative Award, an international competition for creative professionals involved in emerging media, which is administered by the Association of Marketing & Communications Professionals.
This is part two of our three-part series where we’re exploring today’s most pressing concerns, including the new realities of the retail workforce and some of the things keeping retail security experts up at night.