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10 Ways Inventory Management Software Increases Sales &…

For many businesses, data analytics aren’t just useful tools to assess and shape the connection between a given company and its customer base. Rather, the information systems put in place to gather key figures and other salient reports are invaluable to the long-term success of a company. Fortunately, businesses within the online retail space are […]

Real-Time Dashboards Are The New Retail Battleground

Retail has always been and will always be about choices. Brands and retailers strive to offer the widest and deepest assortment possible to attract substantial consumer traffic. Among other things, success in mass retailing heavily depends on pricing and promotions. The present day challenge for brands and retailers is to sift through the increasingly competitive, […]

Haven’t you heard? Retail is Data-ii

We apologize for adulterating one of retail’s most famous principles. We simply want to highlight the role data plays in modern retailing’s quest for detail. Be it optimal pricing, store layout, supply chain, logistics or merchandise, there is no facet of retailing that is untouched by the benefits of data insights. A clear understanding of […]

Top 6 Must-Have Features in a Retail Analytics…

Retail analytics software collects a plethora of data ranging from pricing information, stock levels, catalogue assortments, discounts, and much more. This information is stored and collated into large databases where it is processed using statistical algorithms to record and track trends and patterns. From this data, there is a huge breadth of intelligence that can […]

The Elusive Elevator Pitch and Other Things…

What is the one thing you would tell Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos or Larry Page & Sergey Brin if you are riding the same lift, together? You have less than 10 seconds to think, formulate words and speak up. What would you tell them, if you wanted them to hire you- on the spot, without […]

From Mind to Mobile- Why Insights Matter for…

In times of old- all fashion was custom. Apparel had to be designed or sewn by hand. It was only when social disparities started blurring that businesses started selling mass produced apparel; and people started buying it. The industrial revolution brought standardization to the apparel markets. From gathering raw materials to creating standard fits- the […]

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