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.
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 case study, learn how one online retailer was able to maintain online operations and protect $10 million in revenue by implementing Akamai’s DDoS Defender Security Solution and utilizing Akamai Intelligent Platform to deflect and reflect malicious attacks.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we go behind the scenes at the building of Heathrow's high-tech Terminal 2 and hear from its CIO about the IT innovations. John Lewis saw 44% online sales growth over Christmas – we find out how the IT team delivered. And News International talks about moving its IT to Amazon's public cloud. 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.
It's long been expected that the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology would have beneficial effects. RFID is indeed having a positive impact - but it's the retail store, rather than the supply chain, that is seeing the biggest benefits. Read this white paper to learn more about the benefits retailers are seeing from RFID.
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.