Tech Transformation, produced jointly by CGT and RIS News, is a new podcast and video 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.
Learn from Manish Sharma, VP of omni and e-commerce for Kellogg Company, about how they define personalization, and how the transformation from e-commerce to omni-commerce is driving holistic success of their businesses.
Learn from Juan Carlos Parada, global head of customer operations at Unilever, and Fred Laluyaux, CEO of Aera Technology, about Unilever’s journey with decision intelligence and how they’re scaling its adoption.
Learn from Shweta Bhatia, SVP of IT applications and base engineering, about how Dollar General’s IT teams are building an infrastructure for growth at one of the most quickly growing retailers in the United States.
Data democratization may be one of the most common pain points across consumer goods and retail organizations. Watch to learn how PepsiCo shares the consumer insights gleaned from its Pepviz data science practice across the company.
Consumer behavior is changing rapidly, but their methods and preferred channels for engaging can vary wildly. Learn from Channan Sawhney, director of global e-commerce at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health, about these differences and where retailers are investing to meet new needs.
Marketers love razzle dazzle, but that doesn’t mean going in big is always the best way to start. Learn why having a small test case on platforms like TikTok can be the smartest bet for consumer goods companies and retailers.