White Paper: MI9
Omni-channel merchandising opportunities in retailing makes it possible for retailers to blend the art of experience, taste, and judgment with optimization science and advanced analytics.
By combining the Omni-channel retail trends and strategies, retailers can intelligently determine the most desirable and profitable products, prices, promotions, and markdowns.
Read this whitepaper to learn why omnichannel merchandising has become must-have thing for today’s retailer. It focuses on:
• What are the biggest challenges that retailers are facing when moving towards an omnichannel merchandising model?
• What tools will be the most useful in meeting those challenges in an omnichannel retailing environment?
• What are some of the ‘basics’, retailers need to have in place as they move toward an omnichannel merchandising strategy??
• What are the mileposts on the road to creating and executing a successful omnichannel merchandising strategy?
Read this whitepaper to discover how retailers can tap new sources of demand data in tailoring their assortments to more sharply defined customer segments, improving turnover, sell-through, and profitability in an omnichannel retailing environment.
By: Kurt Salmon
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The future of retail is bigger than flashy new technologies or the hyper-connected Internet of Things. The retail paradigm has shifted from a single physical connection point with customers to a multi-pronged approach that crosses both physical and digital channels. This Exclusive Whitepaper presents a look at possible future retail formats and customer interface technology. It addresses key questions like: What is the significant impact on the retail industry when inventory and supply chain automation is being transitioned into the cloud? What are the trends that will shape the future of retail industry? What gives smaller retailers the ability to compete with larger retailers? What are the things organizations need to know about the future of retail? Read this whitepaper to gain unique insights into the future of retail.
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