Join this exclusive RIS webinar and uncover how industry leaders are leveraging the power of AI to ensure peak supply chain performance and tips on how inventory can be optimized across the enterprise.
According to TechRepublic, 85% of artificial intelligence (AI) projects eventually fail to bring their intended results to the business. That’s why it’s critically important to start with a measurable business problem and craft AI solutions that can prove results.
How can retailers improve product discovery, drive inspiration, and uplift performance? In this session, you’ll hear how EyeBuyDirect – one of the US’s leading online eyewear retailers, is collaborating with Visenze on AWS to achieve 28X ROI.
Today’s most tech-savvy retailers are not only leveraging data — they’re completely data-obsessed. Not only that, but they’re investing into innovative technology to collect and unlock the power of this data.
AI-Powered Workforce Management delivers transformative results to business operations and the employee experience and generates business results. Join us for our upcoming webinar where you’ll learn how AI-powered WFM can help you achieve a 1400% ROI.
The RIS Software LeaderBoard is one of the most highly regarded and widely read technology studies in the industry. It is used by retailers when planning new software investments and implementations, and by investors researching mergers and acquisitions.
Today’s retailers are eager to cruise right past the recovery stage and instead situate themselves just a hop, skip, and a jump away from the future. RIS fielded some inside perspective of today’s retail analytic investment priorities through a chat with automotive retailer Servo Pacific.
RIS unpacked the state of retail IT spend and explored some of the biggest risks retailers are facing when it comes to security breaches. (Hint: POS is still a prime target, but hackers aren’t stopping there.) Read on to learn more.
With the power of analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, retailers like Walmart, Costco, Discount Tire, Kum and Go, At Home, and Frank and Oak are finding innovative ways to dominate their supply chains and shopper experiences.