Big Data in Retail

| February 9, 2018

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Easy and frictionless, two terms that are becoming increasingly relevant and important to retailers looking to stay ahead of the competition, as we move in to a data rich omni-channel world. Retailers historically associated with the high street, like John Lewis, are realising that delivering a seamless customer experience across all channels is critical to long term success. Ease is becoming even more critical online, with one click shopping and product to customer in as few steps as possible (e.g Amazon Prime and Asos free shipping and returns). This is the new battleground.

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