Daisy’s Artificial Intelligence Powered Promotional Optimization Delivers Results for North Carolina Based Organic Grocer

Daisy’s Artificial Intelligence Powered Promotional Optimization Delivers Results for North Carolina Based Organic Grocer

July 24, 2017, TORONTO, ON – Daisy Intelligence Corporation, an artificial intelligence software-as-a-service company, announced today the release of a case study undertaken by the grocery industry’s leading expert in retail innovation, The Center for Advancing Retail & Technology (CART). This study cites how Earth Fare, the North Carolina-based authentic specialty organic and natural foods grocery chain, used Daisy’s A.I. powered promotion optimization solution over the last year to improve their total top line sales by improving their process for deciding which items to promote and how often. The results, outlined in the case study (“A.I. Powered Promotion Optimization- Brick & Mortar’s answer to leveraging data”) were substantial, with significant implications for any retailer currently battling it out in extremely competitive markets. “We’re all aware of the talk around A.I., and with regards to this particular case study in the grocery category, what impressed us most was the overwhelmingly positive results, with limited required changes to the end-user’s business,” said Sterling Hawkins, Co-Founder of CART.” The ROI tells us that Daisy Intelligence and A.I. companies like them provide solutions to address the issues that many retailers are struggling with in this highly competitive marketplace.” According to Gary Saarenvirta, CEO of Daisy Intelligence, “given its importance, retailers have long sought to increase the effectiveness of the weekly ad or promotion, albeit without a great deal of success. However now that we can deploy artificial intelligence (A.I.) to power the gathering of deep insights and recommendations, forward thinking retailers like Earth Fare and others are making headway towards utilizing more math to understand what products to promote, as well as optimize pricing...
Consulate General of Canada Invites Daisy Intelligence to Keynote Panel on A.I. Technology in New York City

Consulate General of Canada Invites Daisy Intelligence to Keynote Panel on A.I. Technology in New York City

JUNE 24, 2017, TORONTO ON – Daisy Intelligence Corporation, an artificial intelligence software-as-a-service company, will provide insight into the application of artificial intelligence in the real world during a panel discussion at this year’s “#SmartCanada!: A.I. In the Real World” networking reception in New York City on June 27, 2017 at the Thomson Reuters Building in Times Square. Daisy Intelligence will be one of the five Canadian companies that will be part of the panel discussion. The networking reception aims to highlight Canada’s competitive business climate and recognize Canada’s culture of innovation for artificial intelligence. The Consulate General of Canada in New York has collaborated with established businesses, start-ups, entrepreneurs, investors, and academic institutions to showcase Canada as a world leader in the business intelligence economy. Canadian A.I. experts will discuss the economic outlook, industry trends, and the A.I. opportunity across all industries. Keynote speakers and panelists will discuss topics like: All the hype and the next frontier of A.I. Canada’s boost in A.I. funding and the increase of industry partnerships Opportunities for U.S. companies to partner or look into investing in Canada I. in the real world: industry examples of how A.I. can improve the lives of millions “We’re thrilled to showcase the Canadian artificial intelligence companies leading the way  in this emerging space,” said Shaaz Nasir, Trade Commissioner. “Canada has become a hotbed for the development of A.I. solutions, as well as a hub for top A.I. talent, and this well-timed event is a great opportunity to showcase Canada’s investment in A.I.” “These are exciting times for Daisy Intelligence. We have been working very hard with our...
Artificial Intelligence Company to Present Case Study at University of Guelph Seminar

Artificial Intelligence Company to Present Case Study at University of Guelph Seminar

JUNE 03, 2017, TORONTO ON – Daisy Intelligence Corporation, an artificial intelligence software-as-a-service platform, announced today that they will be participating in the 3rd Food & Agriculture Business Seminar at the University of Guelph Arrell Food Institute, June 5-6th, 2017. During the Seminar, Daisy Intelligence, along with Trent Tucker, Assistant Professor at the College of Business and Economics, will present the case study, “Daisy Intelligence: Bringing artificial intelligence to the retail end of the food value chain.” The case study will explore the future of global food retailing and the opportunities that artificial intelligence (A.I.) brings to the table. Tucker commented that the Seminar “is an opportunity for the entire food supply chain, (farmers, processors, food services, retailers) to gather in a dynamic environment to examine and discuss current and critical issues facing the food supply system, including advancements in retail technology like those provided by innovative Canadian companies like Daisy.” As part of the research for the case study, Tucker interviewed multiple retail executives, including research and analytics executives at some of Canada’s largest retailers. “The food economy is an exceptionally competitive environment characterized by incredibly tight profit margins,” said Gary Saarenvirta, CEO of Daisy Intelligence.  “This case study clearly illustrates the power of A.I. to help retailers make better decisions about everything from merchandising to promotional strategies, enabling them to increase the profitability of the retail food business.” About Daisy Intelligence Daisy Intelligence is an artificial intelligence (A.I.) software-as-a-service (Saas) company that turns impossible big data problems into actionable decisions. By analyzing very large quantities of clients’ transaction and operational data, Daisy  provides weekly promotional, price, and forecasting recommendations...