Automotive technology developments have given us steady advances in performance, safety, and the overall driving experience. Retailers can apply similar technology to improve associate performance, customer safety, and the overall in-store shopping experience.
Amid price wars, promotional fatigue and ever decreasing margins, new research confirms UK retailers are selling an increasingly large proportion of inventory off at discounted prices. This is good news for consumers, who have become accustomed to searching out bargains during the likes of discount events like Black Friday and Cyber Monday. However, this trend is having negative impact on the UK retail’s bottom line.
Small- to mid-sized retailers have an inherent omni-channel merchandising and inventory management advantage over their big-box competition; they know their customers. Modern software applications support that advantage, creating a unique opportunity for small- to mid-sized retailers to shine.
2016’s consumer is a digitally savvy shopper who expects to find and receive the products they want, when they want them. To complicate matters further, they’re armed with a slew of digital devices and online resources. As a result, today’s consumer carries no qualms about ditching their brand loyalty in exchange for a better deal or faster shipping.
Justin’s®, a nut butter and peanut butter cup manufacturer, uses GoSpotCheck to run its field activation team, collect data points surrounding demos and evaluate product launches.
Planet Retail details how mobile technologies enable meaningful customer experiences and how retailers must evolve to keep pace.
A Q&A With Matt Pillar & Lina Yang I Director, Hershey’s Advanced Technology & Foresight Lab
Why is Hointer’s Nadia Shouraboura so hell-bent on bringing big changes to the in-store experience?
As the groundwork for enterprisewide data visibility falls into place, a game of connect-the-data dots is playing out in stores.
Regardless of your retail technology solutions spending plans, customer experience management needs to top 2015’s priority list.
Leading big data, marketing services and analytics provider, Infogroup recently launches Infogroup Audience Solutions (IAS).
Listen in as Molham Aref, CEO and Kevin Sterneckert, Executive VP of Marketing at Predictix talk to Innovative Retail Technologies’ Editor in Chief, Erin Harris, about how machine learning is used in retail and how it improves merchandising and supply chain operations. During this insightful podcast, Aref and Sterneckert define machine learning and outline the benefits for retailers who adopt it to improve the decision-making process.