As we come to the end of a year with many disruptions for everyone, we not only look back at the events that made that year but also how those events are set to shape the year ahead. In this episode, Symphony RetailAI subject matter experts Shaina Finch, Jonathan Tye-Walker and Julian Miller will discuss retail in 2020 and beyond. From supply chain, to marketing and promotions, to category and assortment optimization we will explore how they all come together to meet the needs of an ever-changing consumer. To learn more, visit symphonyretailai.com
The retail supply chain is more complex than ever. Disparate systems and fragmented processes lead to gaps in visibility into inventory and, ultimately, the inability to give customers what they want, when they want it and in the channel they prefer. Now is the time for retailers to put all the pieces together for a unified, big-picture approach to their supply chain. Find out what our Subject Matter Experts, Patty McDonald and Trusha Pandya have to share in this episode.
In the first half of 2020, necessity rapidly drove online retail to a higher level than it would have seen otherwise. Patty McDonald and Shaina Finch, Symphony RetailAI supply chain industry experts, discuss how retail responded to the disruption, what we're observing about possible permanent shifts in behavior and how retailers can ensure that they are able to effectively meet the needs of omnichannel consumers moving forward.
In this episode, Industry experts Julian Miller and Trusha Pandya discuss today's convenience retail and why those retailers need to leverage data to give customers the right product assortments and grow their competitive success.
In this podcast, Kevin Sterneckert, Chief Marketing Officer for Symphony RetailAI, will be discussing the effects of COVID-19 on shopper behavior, what actions retailers need to take in order to assess their assortments and why the Rule of 17 is more relevant than ever.
Retailers face many challenges in today’s turbulent marketplace – unpredictable consumer behavior, disconnected systems and overwhelming amounts of data are only a few. Joe Skorupa, RIS News Editorial Director, and Kevin Sterneckert, Symphony RetailAI Chief Marketing Officer explores how AI is driving a stake through the heart of time consuming linear merchandising processes and their traditional approach of managing by averages.
Many retailers are depending on disconnected systems for demand forecasting and are missing the big picture when it comes to how fresh impacts center store categories and vice-versa. Joe Skorupa, Editorial Director for RIS News, and Kevin Sterneckert, Chief Marketing Officer for Symphony RetailAI discuss why retailers need a holistic view of consumer demand across all categories.
What is the "Rule of 17" and how is AI being set up to help retailers better manage merchandising? Join RIS News Editorial Director, Joe Skorupa and Symphony RetailAI CMO, Kevin Sterneckert as they discuss recent industry research that examines how retailers, and manufacturers, can survive and thrive in today's market.