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Retail CIO Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

July 18, 2019

Feature of the Week
Retail POS data is much richer than only the raw sales numbers and the insights derived from the them are the company's secret weapon for upholding a positive in-store trend and directly impacting the foundation.
Irrespective of being an established fast-casual restaurant or an entrepreneur looking forward to bring your exclusive cuisine to the masses, establishing a food truck operation can be a smart move.
To stay relevant to customers, retailers combine the convenience and efficiency associated with online shopping with the benefits and experience of in-store shopping.
Featured Vendors
GEODIS is a top-rated, global supply chain operator recognized for its passion and commitment to helping clients overcome their logistical constraints.
Hilco Merchant Resources is an Illinois based firm providing a broad range of services that help define and implement strategic initiatives for a retailer.
A cutting-edge cyber security firm, McAfee enables its customers to access high-end security solutions. The firm has a broad range of clientele including enterprises, small and large firms, customers, and governing bodies.
CIO Viewpoint
Brian Scott, CIO, Experient
Behavioral analytics will allow the event organizers of the future to continue to develop environments and experiences that drive business activity and customer loyalty for its participants.
Matt Griffiths, CIO, Stanley Black & Decker Industrial
Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things are dramatically changing the technology footprint of the manufacturing shop floor.
CXO Insights
By David Jensen, Director of Ecommerce Engineering, Photobox
Technology has grown from an ignored support function to a position of leadership, setting an example for the rest of the business.
By Anthony Jones, Head of eCommerce, Mid-Market Sales UKI, Google
As ecommerce businesses are at the end of the 21st century's teenage years, we need to shake off data preconceptions and set up to understand and objectively review the data we have on our customers.