Customers' shopping habits were changing long before the coronavirus pandemic accelerated the e-commerce boom. In this 18-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the tech innovations retailers are using to adapt and better serve customers.
How are macro technology trends such as mobile and cloud affecting the manufacturing sector? What implications does the Dodd-Frank Act and an increasing numbers of Millennials in the global workforce have on supply chains? This E-Guide exposes trends to watch out for in 2013 and beyond
IBM surveyed more than 30,000 consumers in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Brazil, India and China for this report on shopping preferences. Read this report to learn why technology makes consumers smarter, more connected and more certain about what they want.
In this week's Computer Weekly: we visit Cape Town to find out how the South African city worked with SAP to manage citizen services. Tesco tells us how it saved £100m in its supply chain by using business analytics. And we examine Microsoft's response to the lukewarm reaction given by customers to Windows 8. Read the issue now.
KFC, the global fast food chain, was upgrading to a new software platform, and they needed to upgrade its existing point-of-sale (POS) equipment that would support the new software regulations. In this brief case study, find out which POS system KFC ultimately chose, and discover the benefits they experienced from the hardware upgrade.
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.
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.