Using Retail Marketing Data to Help Curb Inventory Distortion

Using Intel architecture-based solutions, global retailers are reducing costly out-of-stocks and overstocks while improving customer satisfaction and profitability.

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Digital Display Technology: An Introduction to Digital Signage

Digital signage is a viable and effective communications tool, but companies taking the first step in signage deployment will be much more successful on the playing field if they understand the basics of what digital media is and how it operates. Learn the basics of digital signage and how to make it most effective.

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Sponsor: LG Electronics USA, Inc.


Why Implement A Voc Program?

With rare exceptions, companies no longer have the luxury of competing on price alone. Today, the great differentiator is the customer experience (CX).

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Sponsor: InMoment


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Amazon opening bookstores isn't as newsworthy as many may think

Amazon opening bookstores grabs lots of attention but it's really just another smart strategy. After all Amazon is a book seller already.

What Dollar Shave Club knows: Getting an edge on utility

The Dollar Shave Club is one sharp example of how manufacturing supply chains are being disrupted. Yet its approach to winning market share is disarmingly simple. Other staple consumer goods, from pet food to diapers, could do the same. Some already are.

Year in Review: 5 insights on why data will remain critical in 2016

Data, specifically given the looming Internet of Things technology ahead, will prove even more critical for retailers in 2016.

Critical reasons why retailers need a seamless product return process

Retail product returns, which appear to be a minor part of the customer experience, are actually a crucial component of the overall relationship between the consumer and retailer.

5 pros and cons of scaling a retail operation

Before you sign on the dotted line for a new location, consider these pros and cons of scaling your retail business.

Tips, advice on preparing the brand for unit expansion

Brand unit and location growth requires capital and resources, but there are some other critical aspects as well, according to several successful franchise and restaurant leaders.

ICX Symposium: Transforming retail with responsive store

When it comes to a successful interactive customer experience today’s businesses must focus on finding a balance as there is often a big mismatch between a retailer’s view of the customer’s needs and what the customer wants in the consumer experience.

FCES15: How beverages factor into the restaurant customer connection

Beverages are an important aspect of the consumer dining experience. Being on trend is key to success, say experts.

FCES15: Tips on building a foundation for profitable growth

Strategic and profitable growth for today's restaurants, quick service eateries and retailers is a comprehensive endeavor. But it's doable and the number one tip to getting a foundation built is to jump in and start making it happen.

From baby shoes to custom shoes in supply chain reliability

Our version of the supply chain today has become much more complex. Along with this complexity, the role of supply chain management (SCM) has increased in importance.

Blue Bell kicks off product restocking following recall

Blue Bell Ice Cream is kicking off a five-phase product deployment today and getting its product back on shelves in Texas and Alabama.

Staples debuts entrepreneurial product portfolio

The seven winners of the Crowd2Shelf tech innovation contest are within consumers' reach at Staples.com.

3 ways to prep for the ban on trans fats

Food retailers can prepare for the ban by taking a few necessary steps.

Aligning store labor and inventory leads to customer advocacy

Inability to integrate labor and inventory forecasts can drag down customer experience.

Why hasn't RFID adoption taken off in retail?

New technologies, trends point to RFID making a big impact on retail in the coming months.

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If you don't have it in the store, they can't buy it — but too much inventory is almost just as bad. Supply chain management is the discipline of moving products from source to destination in the smartest way.

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