In this week's Computer Weekly, high street retailers are fighting back against online rivals by using IT to support multi-channel customers – and Tesco's marketing chief explains how it works at the UK's biggest supermarket. Also, we ask how revelations about internet surveillance affect the protection of corporate information. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to department store John Lewis about working with tech startups to improve its multichannel retail strategy. As PC sales slump, we hear from companies moving to non-Windows devices. And the final part of our buyer's guide to data management looks at the benefits of predictive analytics.
Hexaware's Retail Banking Testing Intellectual Property (RBT IP) aims at supporting retail banking application / products across the globe by reducing the overhead of dependencies on SMEs and brings in the concept of reusability.
Tune in to this exclusive podcast with Martin Gill from Forrester Research to get a four-step guide to developing an agile commerce strategy that will enable your company to swiftly adapt to changing customer demands and new technology.
In this expert e-guide, find out how two SAP offerings provide visibility in an increasingly complex digital world. First, discover how SAP Lumira can support 4 critical supply chain KPIs, then learn about SAP Digital Consumer Insight, a data-as-a-service tool designed to provide brick-and-mortar stores with digital data about their customers.
At Coles, one of Australia's largest retailers, automation, artificial intelligence (AI) and data analytics are being used to optimise everything from its supply chain through to picking and pricing efficiencies.
While mobile self-scanning technology helps retailers improve the shopping experience, many businesses worry about the impact mobility will have on shrink. In this informative white paper, learn how to combine technical, operational, and psychological deterrents to reap the benefits of mobile shopping while also minimizing shrink concerns.