Retailers have heavily invested in reimagining a smart store experience. How have nimble sellers equipped their stores with technology amid the health crisis — and how are lackluster retailers keeping up?
With inventory flying in and out of stores and warehouses, retailers need to tap new technologies to manage orders, stock and demand. So how can artificial intelligence (AI) help power the modern retail supply chain? Join this webinar to dive into RIS’ special report “AI's Critical Role in Powering the Retail Supply Chain” and explore why data is a critical component and how technology is reshaping the supply chain from demand to delivery.
RIS explored how leading footwear and accessories retailer Shoe Sensation used technology to streamline communication and improve execution across 200 stores. By eliminating email and other outdated forms of corporate-to-store messaging, it’s improved visibility across the entire organization.
Over the past several years, retailers have been investing heavily in a reimagined, smart store experience, building destination stores with next-gen technology designed to create memorable shopping experiences.
Shoe Sensation, a leading footwear and accessories retailer, outlines the path they took to streamline communication and improve store execution by leveraging real-time task management across their network of 200 stores.
Today’s pandemic-era retailers require data strategies that can support their rapidly shifting customer engagement needs. Discover how Parkland Stores developed an innovative data and analytics team that is leveraging next-gen tech to drive loyalty and business growth.
Connecting with and capturing the attention of customers amid a sea of shopping options is a near-impossible feat, but with clienteling technology and fresh customer data at their fingertips, retailers can set the standard for rewarding and memorable experiences.
The change from DTC to B2B for office furniture retailer Vari was a tremendous shift that required pivoting the company’s strategy, people and technology. Learn how it readied itself to manage the pandemic-prompted work-from-home surge.
Convenience and retail sales are booming in the fastest growth area in the c-store – foodservice. From self-service to mobile orders to home delivery, retailers must act quickly to adapt to market trends that are fueling the future of c-store foodservice.
During this hyper-competitive retail landscape, Ulta Beauty is getting creative in its efforts to build loyal customers, including leveraging digital experiences and experimenting with mobile point-of-sale to develop personalized interactions.
REGISTER HERE! Date: Nov. 19th, 2020 at 2:00 PM ET Shoppers needs have changed more than ever before in 2020. They were already becoming more digitally engaged before COVID-19 hit, but the pandemic drove faster adoption of technology-based shopping and far higher expectations for personalization as part of the shopper experience.
Learn how companies like Amazon, Stonewall Kitchen and Chewy are leveraging technology to stay connected throughout their customer journeys, while scaling their teams’ expertise to blend their B2B and B2C capabilities.
Remember Amazon’s plans for “anticipatory shipping”? What if you could deploy the same underlying predictive analytics to anticipate shifting patterns in demand and fulfillment preferences?
The rise in contactless fulfillment is nothing new to any retailer that’s sold anything in the last six months. But while taping a paper sign to your door might have cut it during the early days of the pandemic, shoppers are getting savvier and more demanding, and retailers need to follow suit.