Retailing with Insight: Empowering Store Operations with Analytics and Business Intelligence

Across the retail industry, store operations are under-served when it comes to analytics and business intelligence (BI). Merchants and marketers must exploit this information every day in order to succeed. If store operations were empowered to do the same, retailers could build and sustain competitive advantage in a market that’s tougher than ever. Find out how.
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