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A detailed report from Capgemini shed lights on key strategies to help organization in scaling up their supply chain initiatives.
Employee Engagement driven by technology in turn drives differentiated customer experience and galloping revenues
There is no one particular product preference but a combination of products both as regular consumption and a gift factor that add to the complexity.
Only 55 percent of retailers worldwide have technology in place to manage unplanned absences: Global Study
The Indian retail industry is one of the most dynamic and fast-paced industries, poised to grow at a rate of 60 per cent to US$1.1 trillion by 2020.
Omnichannel retailers have been trying to bridge this knowledge gap by integrating point of sales and customer relationship management data.
The profound knowledge of the local consumer community allows these small stores to use their limited storage space and create a smart turnover essential goods.
A retail biz means lots and lots of data and in fact, a continuous stream of data.
Customer segmentations can be created with associative data of one group of buyers with other groups who have no connection whatsoever with the former.
7% of the leading organizations in India are investing in Blockchain implementation.
Internationally technology has been mushrooming for the past decade but in India we can easily say that the past 2 years have been paving the way for the digital era of retail.
According to the research, the biggest challenge that stands in the way of this adoption is disjointed technology & systems within retail enterprises.
India is expected to become the worldâ€™s third-largest consumer economy with a size of USD 400 billion in consumption by 2025.
As per reports, the customer posted a picture of this vegetable biriyani plate with caterpillar on Twitter and filed a complaint in Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC), who fined the store for Rs 11,500.
At an ordinary retail store, bots can easily reduce the work burden of its human counterparts.