IT managers, processing the digital business strategy, should cooperate with marketers in order to manage the user heatmap as a crucial importance. Perhaps the digital period has irrevocably changed the dynamic of corporate management.
The retail industry has undergone a significant transformation over the past decade, and it continues to evolve quickly. Led by advancements in digital channels, 2018 has been kind to retail in the US, with the market reporting growth every month so far after a record-setting 2017.
Organizations are awash in data — from geocoded transactional data to real-time website traffic to semantic quantifications of corporate annual reports. All these data and data sources only add value if put to use. And that typically means that the data is incorporated into a model.
If you flash a glance on a study from 2015, you can see that most of the innovations mentioned in the study are becoming the part of the daily practice of retail trade. (Unfortunately, currently there are no newer published studies which are such detailed and exact like the one from 2015.)
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Free Wi-Fi, discounted cappuccinos, artwork, and a dancing robot are among the features banks across the United States are touting to convince customers that even in an era of smartphones it is still worth it to visit a bank branch.
When companies set off to build their BI applications, the most common mistake they’ll fall into is foregoing user interviews. We often hear: “But we already know what we want. Here’s a list of metrics we need displayed in this dashboard. Can’t you just design the dashboard based off of this?”
Online sales increased at an astounding rate in the past few years, yet there are a lot of people who still prefer the more hands-on “going to the store” shopping experience. In the USA the total offline sales are 10X bigger than online. However, the online shopping business is growing 3x faster than offline.
Don’t believe everything you read about the #retailpocalypse. Retail’s going through a renaissance.
Cinesa is Spain’s leading cinema screening company with 22 million viewers, and is also the leader in movie theaters, with more than 500 spread out among the main provincial capitals. Cinesa is committed to technology and comfort when it comes to offering its customers the best possible cinema experience.
Avis is one of the world’s most renowned car rental brands, with some 5,450 offices in more than 165 countries. It has a long history of innovation in the car rental industry and is one of the leading brands on an international level in terms of cus- tomer loyalty.