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  • Kroger, Ralph Lauren And The ‘Location Of Things’: Can AI Humanize The Employee Experience?

    February 22nd, 2019

    More retailers are using customer tracking and AI technologies in-store and this can turn employees into experience engineers. But using the data collected from these devices takes more than training — it needs a human touch. Here’s what some big brands are doing, and three expert guidelines.

  • Wal-Mart’s Employment Deployment And 6 Ways To Curb Retail Turnover

    January 31st, 2017

    If the closest distance between two people is a smile, as the pianist Victor Borge once suggested, then wouldn’t a […]

  • 7 Under-The-Radar Retail Trends For 2017

    January 5th, 2017

    Will men and artificial intelligence define retail in 2017? Possibly. Considering the activities in retail today, several experts shared what unexpected trends they believe will merge in 2017.

  • 3 Ways Retailers Plan to Protect Customer Data in 2017

    October 3rd, 2016

    Requirements to install chip card technology in the U.S. has forced retailers to bone up on risk management in 2016, and they will continue to do so in 2017. According to research from the National Retail Federation and Forrester, retailers are looking to protect customer data in three other key ways.

  • Kroger Deal Highlights 3 Reasons Blended Data Is A Must In Retail

    August 25th, 2016

    Partnership with data provider IRI enables the retailer and manufacturers to share the same customer insights, for more customized experiences. If other retailers do not follow suit, they could lose in the battle for the consumer. Three reasons data continues to change the retail game.