Find out how being part of future plans, standards and regulations for the retail value chain will enhance your business and the industry as a whole.
Oracle's Antony Welfare explores the role of the Retail Blockchain Consortium in advancing innovative new tech within the retail supply chain.
In the age of the connected consumer what does a modern, successful company look like?
At Oracle, we are extremely interested in the current and future state of blockchain in retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG) supply chains.
Consumers want to disengage from irrelevant and impersonal communications – the key to keeping their attention is personalisation
The sooner retailers start experimenting with artificial intelligence and learning more about how it can improve their customer experience the better.
In order to thrive and not simply survive, retailers must keep a laser-sharp focus on the basics of retailing in their innovation and technology developments.
Blockchain could be the answer to helping retailers share data with parties who do not fully trust each other, believes Oracle’s innovation strategy director.
Retailers rely on loyalty programmes to incentivise shoppers and ensure repeat business, with 62% saying they plan to refresh their loyalty offerings within the next year.
David Turner, senior director EMEA marketing at Oracle NetSuite, reveals the three steps retailers can take to ensure customers keep coming back.
With sky-high consumer expectations and a difficult economic environment to contend with, retailers must have robust planning and forecasting processes.
With blockchain the future of the retail supply chain, Oracle’s Antony Welfare looks at the benefits of implementing a token-based system.
Blockchain may currently be one of the biggest talking points in retail, but businesses must take a considered approach to ensure successful implementation.
Technology investment and data insight are transforming the way finance teams operate, allowing them to better navigate an uncertain market and unlock value.