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What retailers and brands need to know about AI

Eight experts offer insights on transformative technology

IRI Powers Path Forward at Growth Summit

Retail Leader spoke with top IRI executives and key presenters about new opportunities and pressing challenges.

Three years after opening a supermarket that helped revitalize downtown Cleveland the Heinen brothers are moving fast to leverage data and serve shoppers in new ways.

Beautiful stores and well-trained employees will take a retailer only so far. True advantage is gained with secure, reliable, interconnected and always on systems capable of handling the massive data requirements shoppers’ expectations are placing on retailers.

Leading customer data science platform company dunnhumby has some advice for retailers looking to grow alternative revenue streams – create a media business that leverages data.

Promotional waste and flawed thinking about dynamic pricing are killing retailer profits. Cheryl Sullivan, Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer with Revionics, makes sense of the situation and what to do next.

Artificial intelligence was everywhere at the NRF Big Show, but if it’s not informing product strategy and driving sustainable, profitable revenue what good is it? Sy Fahimi, SVP of Product Strategy at Symphony RetailAI, describes how AI is changing retail for the better.

Artifical intelligence is poised to transform retail, according to Symphony RetailAI Chairman and CEO Pallab Chatterjee. His firm has developed a framework to identify, activate and realize the benefits AI can bring to retailers' assortment, promotions, category management and supply chain decisions.

Dramatic improvements in forecast accuracy are being made possible thanks to artificial intelligence, according to Patrick Buellet, Chief Strategy Officer at Symphony RetailAI.

The advent of artificial intelligence is letting category managers do what seemed impossible just a few years ago.

Major changes are ahead for how retailers and suppliers execute product planning cycles. As category management becomes more data driven and impacted by AI, planning cycles will be determined by consumer data rather than traditional planning cycles.  

Top executives from some of food retailing’s most innovation companies share insights on competition, serving customers and leveraging technology.

Senior execs from Meijer, Walmart, Google and Albertsons and many more share their views on retail, marketing, Amazon and more in this collection of must-see video interviews.

Art Sebastian serves as Vice President of Digital Shopping and E-Commerce at Meijer and foresees rapid adoption of voice shopping.

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