In trying to keep up with the modern consumer, many fashion retailers have implemented multiple departmental solutions piecemeal, without fully considering the consequences of how these disparate systems will interact with each other. The result is a hodgepodge of processes, which require significant resources to maintain. The inefficiencies and the demands they place on the organization leave retailers stuck in the past, inhibiting growth and innovation.
The last several years have ushered in a seismic, technology led transformation in retail industries. Retail leaders are using technology to reimagine the traditional concept of the storefront as just one aspect of the omni-channel customer experience. As retail and CPG IT needs have changed, so have supporting technologies led by mobility, cloud, analytics, and cybersecurity.
Not only does mobile SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) empower the retail workforce, it also saves money and improves the customer experience. Listen to this Innovative Retail Technologies podcast as GoSpotCheck's CEO and Co-Founder, Matt Talbot, explains how.
Arthur Lawida, president of CommerceTools, talks to Erin Harris, chief editor of Innovative Retail Technologies, about commerce-as-as-service and why it’s a smart model for retailers struggling to excel in omni-channel retailing. Lawida explains commerce-as-a-service in detail and how it’s redefining the way retailers operate their businesses.
Many retailers fancy themselves true omni-channel retailers, but many lack some of the crucial components necessary to claim omni-channel. During his podcast with Innovative Retail Technologies’ Chief Editor, Erin Harris, Manish Chowdhary, founder and CEO of GoECart, lists the 4 necessary components of omni-channel retailing. And, he explains the technologies necessary to achieve it.
From heartbreak to hope: The remarkable journey forward of a community in crisis and the volunteers who are helping to pave the way.
In this Innovative Retail Technologies podcast, Chief Editor Erin Harris talks to Jerry Koch, Director, Corporate Marketing and Product Management at Intelligrated, about how retailers can make omni-channel fulfillment profitable. Koch explains fulfillment’s role in a better customer experience and also covers the key drivers of success in the DC.
Planet Retail details how mobile technologies enable meaningful customer experiences and how retailers must evolve to keep pace.
SMRs must tout that they are on par with Tier 1 retailers regarding cost and innovation so they can adapt as the customer evolves.
Retailers must put the shopping journey and its delivery via mobile at the forefront of customer-facing strategic initiatives.
The Omni-Channel retailing solution center is focused on helping retailers create a more concentrated and seamless consumer experience across all channels. These retail channels include mobile, computers, brick-and-mortar stores, TV, radio, mail, and more. Reaching all these channels and providing the same consumer experience often requires new and advanced technologies designed to manage the Omni-Channel experience and control the retail supply chain.
Business intelligence (BI) and data analytics, Ecommerce solutions, marketing and loyalty programs, payment security solutions, and all supply chain and inventory management solutions often fall under the Omni-Channel category. BI and data analytics include the software and solutions used to capture and analyze data collection by retailers. Ecommerce is the internet-based component of Omni-Channel retailing, often in the form of a website or application.
Marketing and loyalty programs cover loyalty cards, rewards programs, online marketing, targeted marketing, and more. Supply chain and inventory management solutions normally tie the channel together, allowing retailers to track and control their inventory and re-stocks in order to provide accurate stock levels no matter where customers are shopping.
Shoptalk Commerce, the organizer of the groundbreaking U.S. retail and ecommerce event--Shoptalk--recently announced the launch of Shoptalk Europe.
Prepare yourself for the new retail. In 2016 IBM surveyed 1,500 U.S. consumers aged 13 to 60+ to (1) find out what today’s consumers consider most important when choosing where to shop and (2) compare those results to a similar study done in 2011.
In this webcast you will be introduced to the digital world of Ascena Retail Group, which operates Justice, Maurices, Catherines, Dressbarn, Ann Taylor and Lane Bryant, and how they are using innovative technologies to modernize and mobilize retail IT to transform back of store operations, increase employee productivity, and enhance customer engagements.
Alton Lane is an innovative provider of men's professional and social attire. Their approach is built around delivering personalized experiences and fully customized garments to their clients. Watch the Alton Lane leadership discuss their company's growing success with NetSuite.
Lovesac is an innovative retailer selling patented furniture products with a focus on customer love. Watch the Lovesac leadership team share their story and discuss how they leverage NetSuite’s technology to support their customers and their products, including their use of NetSuite’s retail point of sale solution, SuiteCommerce InStore.