Is Your Data GDPR Ready?

| Daniela Forte

With May 25 just around the corner, there is a lot of buzz around how internet data is collected, used and how it is shared to serve ads to its users. Here is what GDPR means for the industry and its impact on user data privacy.

Customer Loyalty Depends on Perfecting Your Customer Data

| Lane Hartman

When an existing customer reaches out to a company, how does their interaction start? Are they treated as an old friend with a known history, or do they need to start from square one each time they interact with the business? Here is how to get readily accessible data to enhance your customer loyalty.

What Data Can a Beacon Actually Collect?

| H.O. Maycotte

Buzz continues to build around beacon technology worldwide. But there’s been little conversation about the implications of beacon technology, its uses and ultimately its game-changing potential, despite its rapidly growing presence within offline establishments. Here are some ways today’s major retailers are using beacon technology.

Storage and Inventory Control Best Practices

| Kate Vitasek

Storage and inventory control processes include the activities related to holding material and the processes of counting and transacting the material as it moves through the warehouse. Discover ways to make your warehouse more efficient for your company.

Data on Multi-Device Customer Journeys Yields Benefits for Retailers

| Daniela Forte

More consumers today are beginning their online shopping on one device and moving to another before completing a purchase. In fact, studies have found multi-device journeys represent anywhere from 41% and 65% of all online purchases. See what this study by Monetate revealed about what the customer prefers across devices.

The Dawn of AI and the Beginning of the End of Dark Data

| Steve Cox

Data has been a challenge for and leveraging it to its full potential continues to have retailers scratching their heads. However with the dawn of AI all of that could change. Here is how AI could change how retailers look at data and change the customer experience.

What Machine Learning Can Do For Retailers Today

| Paul Mandeville

At its simplest, machine learning (ML) refers to the capacity for a program to automatically improve, or “learn,” as it ingests data to accomplish a specific task or set of tasks. Here are three ways retailers can use machine learning to their benefit.