Retailers: What is your customer data trying to tell you?
Added Thursday 24 August 2017
Find out how to make BI and data analytics work harder in your retail business by attending a
Retail Data Breakfast Briefing in Central London, Tuesday 26th September:
Never before has it been so critical for retailers to be able to analyse with ease and speed the data that flows in from their physical outlets and online platforms.
The pace of change in retail is accelerating, as retailers contend with challenges in…
- The operating environment: Cut-throat competition on the high street, the upsurge in eCommerce and cost-side pressures stemming from a weak pound all suggest that life isn’t going to get easier any time soon.
- The customer base: Businesses are dealing with the most highly-informed consumers ever. Perceptions of what’s hot and what’s not change almost daily. The focus is on staying alert and agile, monitoring what’s happening on the ground and dynamically adjusting pricing and products.
- The business: Retailers need to bring data together from their network of high-street outlets and online stores, and make it accessible and comprehensible to users across the business, not just to a core head office team.
Find out how to make BI and data analytics work harder in your retail business by attending a Retail Data Breakfast Briefing in Central London, Tuesday 26th September. The event is hosted by IBM Gold Partner Assimil8.
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