Consumers are simultaneously shopping in stores and online. Despite how they shop, one trend is clear — consumers now demand a consistently great retail experience across all channels, no matter where they shop. Learn how retailers can tackle this.
When the pandemic started, there were a lot of bored kids at home, so what did a lot of bored parents do? They bought them Legos! We dig into how The Lego Group kept its tech teams flexible and aligned during a period of massive disruption.
Learn how companies like Levi’s, Mulberry, and Walmart are rising above existing challenges to flip traditional approaches to supply chain management and pivot toward intelligent automation to increase efficiency.
RIS and CGT’s annual "Retail and Consumer Goods Analytics Study" benchmarks the retail and consumer goods industries’ analytic maturity and identifies key investment trends. Learn where your company ranks among today’s leaders.
Retail supply chain professionals were stuck using outdated data and guesswork to try and forecast demand and how stock should be allocated as a result — something that was virtually impossible to get right. Those days are now gone thanks to AI.
Grocers must create a holistic view of consumers by orchestrating data-driven insights to feed demand-planning analytics that increase relevant recommendations, promote in-stock merchandise, and improve customer satisfaction. These are the steps grocers can take.
Using “lift-and-learn” technology, consumers can obtain information about Unilever products by touching or lifting them off the end cap — without having to scan a QR code, touch a screen, or download an app.
FLO aimed to increase forecast accuracy, maximize availability, and optimize inventory smartly to improve supply chain efficiency. Learn how it's efforts helped the footwear retailer to reduce lost sales by 12% and increase availability 23%.