In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to retailer Sainsbury's about its data science strategy and how it helps the firm better understand customers. We take a detailed look at the evolution of the business intelligence market. And we find out how simulated disaster management can tackle the security skills gap. Read the issue now.
While retailers are heeding the daily drumbeat of pundits on the importance of focusing on the customer experience, a gap remains between what retailers are delivering and what shoppers expect.
Grocers can pursue customer-focused initiatives and investments with greater precision and success by concentrating on customer advocacy. This paper discusses the attitudes and behaviors that can do improve the level of advocacy among customers.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we go behind the scenes of John Lewis's £40m e-commerce transformation plan to find out how to target the digital customer. Starbucks' European CIO talks about the coffee chain's IT strategy. And we evaluate three big suppliers' plans for virtualised networking. Read the issue now.
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 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.
BGMX's primary challenge is having the proper bandwidth to adhere to all VLAN specifications in PCI compliance standards. Desko also must meet even tighter SAS-70 regulations, as well as his bank's internal security guidelines.
This resource introduces a portfolio of cloud-based strategies that allow organizations of all shapes and sizes to benefit from advanced analytics – without the need for infrastructural changes, expensive software, or analytics expertise.