Anodot Launches AI Analytics for Retail

| November 30, 2017

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AI-powered analytics company Anodot has announced the launch of “AI Analytics for Retail.” The new analytics system is designed to help retailers increase holiday profits by reducing loss due to glitches in supply chain, payment, customer experience and more. AI-powered analytics company Anodot has announced the launch of “AI Analytics for Retail.” The new analytics system is designed to help retailers increase holiday profits by reducing loss due to glitches in supply chain, payment, customer experience and more. Black Friday and Cyber Monday account for up to 10 times more revenue than a regular shopping day.

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